By Steve Gillmor
for Steve Gillmor's InfoRouter
| June 30, 2005 -- 09:46 GMT (02:46 PDT)
| Topic: Tech Industry
As I was saying
Reviewing Forrester’s 2019 new tech predictions: How’d we do so far?
We laid out some predictions for this year and now let us see how we matched up to some emerging technologies.
Survey: Security is top worry as IT container use accelerates
The rush to containers and cloud IT is creating new security risks for companies, as they chase business agility through rapid app development
Lenovo CEO: "I don't think we have a reason to be targeted"
Lenovo delivered a positive set of financial results for the latest quarter and fiscal year, but a geopolitical cloud hangs over the company.
Huawei compares US trade restrictions against it to the Berlin Wall
Earlier this week, CEO and founder Ren Zhengfei did not think European companies would follow the footsteps of its United States counterparts.
DoorDash secures $600 million Series G amid last-mile delivery boom
DoorDash is now valued at $12.6 billion.
Tech trade war: After Huawei, which Chinese firms are next on US enemies list?
Qualcomm's licensing practices violated US antitrust laws, judge rules
The chip giant will appeal the decision.
NSW government looks to grow digital skills in those not going to university
US largest tech product, services exports revolve around semiconductors, R&D, and software as service, says CompTIA
A CompTIA report looks at the data behind the US-China trade battle and outlines the sectors and industries most impacted by tariff hikes.