Rob Enderle

Rob Enderle

Former Digital Trends Contributor
Rob is President and Principal Analyst of the Enderle Group, a forward-looking emerging technology advisory firm. Before founding the Enderle Group in 2003, Rob was the Senior Research Fellow for Forrester Research and the Giga Information Group. He holds an AA in Merchandising, a BS in Business, and an MBA. He sits on the advisory councils for Lenovo, Toshiba, AMD, HP, Dell, the Trusted Computing Group, and the Lifeboat Foundation. Rob’s hobbies include sporting clays, PC modding, science fiction, home automation, and computer gaming.

Getting Ready For Vista ? Making a Forward-Looking Hardware Choice

Windows Vista may not be here for a short while, but if you plan on purchasing a new PC, becareful.

Opinion

Apple Drops the Other Shoe and Does Windows

Apple is now using Intel technology and "playing" with the though of putting Windows on their hardware. How will this impact the industry?

Opinion

Origami: The Next Big Thing or the Next Microsoft Blunder?

The new Intel and Microsoft Ultra Mobile PC category has a great deal of promise, but chances are that Microsoft will ruin its success given their history of failures.

Features

The Near Term Future of Intel (with Implications for Apple)

At the Intel Developer Forum, Intel showed off some great new technologies. Is Intel coming back with a vengeance?

Opinion

Imagining the Next Big Thing: What Replaces the iPod?

While Apple's iPod is still running hot, we take a look at future products which could steal big red's crown. What replaces the Apple iPod as the next "must-have" item?

Features

Pixar, Disney, and Apple, Oh, My!

And just when you thought it was safe to watch Mickey Mouse, Disney buys Pixar and Steve Jobs joins the Disney board.

Opinion

CES and MacWorld: Hits and Misses

The CES show is a gadget lovers dream come true, I highlight the best products. MacWorld was dissapointing to say the least...

Opinion

Looking Ahead to CES, the Show I Love to Hate

This year's CES show sounds more exciting than ever. Here is what I expect to see at this year's show.

Opinion

Microsoft Goes Live

Microsoft's new Live products tie the internet into your PC. Now the Xbox 360, Office and Windows could all be interconnected.

Opinion

Deconstructing the Video iPod

What works and doesn't work in today's portable media player market, and how does the new video iPod stack up?

Opinion

Palm + Microsoft: Second Sign of the Apocalypse

The impossible has happened, Palm is using a Microsoft OS on their latest PDA phone, what else is in store?

Opinion

Nano and ROKR: Showcasing the Strengths and Weaknesses of Apple

There couldn?t be two more different products than the new iPod Nano and Motorola ROKR cell phone

Opinion

Darwin in Action: iPod Kills RIO, Microsoft Kills iPod

The short lived RIO comes to an end while Apple's dominance continues to soar - but Microsoft is on the prowl.

Opinion

Intel’s Next Generation Hardware and Viiv Centrino for the Home

We saw the next generation of Intel hardware during this week at Intel?s developer forum. This hardware promises vastly greater performance or vastly less power consumption in what could be a completely new class of devices.

Features

Blu-Ray Wins or Nothing Does

The format wars heat up between Blu-ray and and HD-DVD, and it looks like Blu-ray may be the winner .

Opinion