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David Garrity on BNN: The Smartphone Convergence?

Samsung Galaxy 8 Early Orders Surpassing Previous Versions After being forced in 4Q16 to withdraw the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone from the market due to product safety issues, Samsung has lost strategic ground to Apple with its September 2016 iPhone7 launch. Consequently, in 4Q16 Apple took market share from Samsung and simultaneously the Google Pilex

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The Value Of Your Data And How To Protect It

Russian Hackers & Regulatory Roll-back Prompt Individuals To Take Steps To Protect Personal Data For 2017, user concerns as to the safety and protection of their personal data and communication have been raised to a fever pitch as news headlines indicate that hacking is occuring increasingly on a progressively wider and larger scale. While it

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Artificial intelligence to see significant progress in 2017

BNN speaks with David Garrity, principal at GVA Research, who says innovation in artificial intelligence is poised to accelerate this year. We find out what new advancements we can expect in 2017 and what will still have to wait for another few years.  

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Intel makes foray into autonomous cars with Mobileye Acquisition

Chip-maker Intel is making a US$15.3-billion bet on driverless cars with its acquisition of Mobileye. GVA Research principal David Garrity tells BNN that Intel is getting a top-notch player in the space.

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Bloomberg Markets AM: GVA’s Garrity on Alphabet Making a Push Into Android Messaging

David Garrity, CEO of GVA Research, talks with Pimm Fox and Lisa Abramowicz on Bloomberg Markets AM about Alphabet’s push into android messaging, and a look at the race to get ahead in 5G. Listen to the replay here.

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Alphabet to Launch ‘Android Messages’ to Challenge iMessage, FB Messenger (GOOGL, FB)

You use it every day, probably multiple times a day. Only you know how many of the of the 200,000 iMessages sent per second are yours, but one thing is for sure, with its low latency and high response rates, messaging offers the fastest communications channel. Consider that over 63 quadrillion iMessages are sent annually

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David Garrity on BNN – 5G: The next wave of mobile and Internet of Things

David Garrity, principal at GVA Research joins BNN for a look at 5G, a key focus at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. He talks about how wireless players like Samsung and Nokia are trying to get ahead in the 5G race. Tech – Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2017 – Welcomes Nokia’s Return, Son

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David Garrity Quoted in Asia Times: Who pays Donald Trump’s US$1 trillion infrastructure tab?

David Garrity, a technology and finance analyst with capital markets experience, sees other weaknesses in Trump’s infrastructure financing plans.  He says the president’s call for public-private partnerships still faces a fierce debate in Congress over the exact share of federal and private funds to be used. Garrity notes that fiscal conservatives like House Speaker Paul

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David Garrity quoted on Asia Times: Railways pose biggest challenge in Trump’s infrastructure plan

David Garrity, a Wall Street technology and financial analyst, notes the many strides the US has made in autonomous vehicles, but he warns that other factors may impede development. “Whether the US is sufficiently well-coordinated from a government-led planning standpoint to effectively integrate these technologies is another question altogether,” said Garrity, the CEO of New

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Russian Propaganda and The New Normal of The Media — How Will The Market Respond?

Originally Published on Medium.com On Friday 1/6/17 three major U.S. government agencies (CIA, FBI, NSA) released a joint assessment finding the Russian government under Vladimir Putin during the 2016 U.S. Presidential campaign cycle is conducting a multi-faceted influence campaign to shape the election’s outcome. The Russian influence campaign is found to be the most aggressive

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