Rise up. (thanks Dave Bonta)
If someone wants to use “they” as a singular pronoun, they have every right to do so.
CCTV reporter Mark Niu interviewed me and included my somewhat skeptical take on Google’s new corporate structure — Alphabet Inc. — in his report this week. My hair is doing some weird thing but I think other than that I make some kind of sense.
My take, in a nutshell: The new structure, so far, is largely symbolic. Yes, it clarifies who is in charge of each division and sets up the succession plans much more clearly. But at the end of the day, it’s the same company, with the same components. As a result, I think this is just the first of several steps, which might include spinoffs down the line.
Wearables will be everywhere at CES, I said last week on the eve of the big gadget show.
“Everyone wants to be the next Apple watch,” I told Fox Business, “but unfortunately we’re going to have to wait for the Apple Watch to come out.” And as everyone knows, Apple doesn’t do CES.
I also talked about the 8k TVs that will be hyped at this year’s CES. “Manufacturers are going to be showing off 8K TVs, which are 16 times as many pixels that you have in your HD TV today,” I said. “But there’s no content for 8K, there are no cameras for 8K, and most people don’t even know why they need a 4K TV yet.”
What else could I complain about? Virtual reality masks like Oculus VR. If you liked the way you looked in Google Glass, you’re going to love Oculus, I joked.