Ken Mingis

Executive Editor

Ken Mingis is Executive Editor at Computerworld and oversees the day-to-day operation of, and strategic planning for, our website.

WWDC 2022 Preview

Podcast: Could hardware supply chain issues upend Apple’s WWDC plans?

Podcast: Could hardware supply chain issues upend Apple’s WWDC plans?

Not-so-breaking news: Supply chain constraints continue to challenge technology manufacturers, and Apple is no exception. While the wait for some Macs is quite short, others, like the 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pro face wait times of...

Podcast: Apple employees push back on return-to-office plans; the end of the iPod

Podcast: Apple employees push back on return-to-office plans; the end of the iPod

After 20 years, Apple has officially discontinued its final iPod, the iPod Touch. Macworld executive editor Michael Simon and Computerworld executive editor Ken Mingis join Juliet to discuss its history and how it paved the way for...

Tech event calendar 2022: Upcoming US shows, conferences, and IT expos

Tech event calendar 2022: Upcoming US shows, conferences, and IT expos

Our sortable chart offers information, dates and locations for a variety of US IT-focused events coming up over the next year.

Podcast: What Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover could mean for business users

Podcast: What Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover could mean for business users

Billionaire Elon Musk recently entered into an agreement to purchase Twitter for $44 billion dollars, therefore turning Twitter into a privately held company. While Musk’s acquisition could have serious ramifications for users, it’s...

Podcast: What will Apple announce at WWDC 2022?

Podcast: What will Apple announce at WWDC 2022?

WWDC speculation has officially begun. So, what will Apple announce at its annual developer conference in June? Macworld executive editor Michael Simon and Computerworld executive editor Ken Mingis join Juliet to discuss what to...

Podcast: iPhone 14 rumors and Apple’s hardware subscription service

Podcast: iPhone 14 rumors and Apple’s hardware subscription service

According to Bloomberg, Apple is working on a hardware subscription service that would allow users to lease its devices like people lease cars. This program would differ from the 12- and 24-month loan programs currently available. And...

Podcast: Foxconn’s factory shutdown, Mac Studio review and iOS 15.4

Podcast: Foxconn’s factory shutdown, Mac Studio review and iOS 15.4

Foxconn partially shut down some of its factories in manufacturing powerhouse Shenzhen as a result of a COVID-19 outbreak. Foxconn, which is the world's biggest contract electronics manufacturer and Apple’s largest iPhone supplier,...

Podcast: What the new Mac Studio is all about (And what it’s not)

Podcast: What the new Mac Studio is all about (And what it’s not)

At its “Peek Performance” event on Tuesday, Apple dropped two especially surprising announcements. First, it introduced the newest edition to the M1 chip lineup, the M1 Ultra. Then, it introduced a new desktop Mac, the Mac Studio,...

Podcast: Apple’s “Peek Performance” event preview

Podcast: Apple’s “Peek Performance” event preview

Apple is hosting its first event of the year on March 8. The company is expected to announce a handful of new products including an iPhone SE with 5G and a new iPad Air. It’s also possible that Apple will announce a new MacBook Air...

Podcast: Apple’s custom 5G modems coming in 2023, plus Google to limit app trackers

Podcast: Apple’s custom 5G modems coming in 2023, plus Google to limit app trackers

Apple is getting closer to ditching Qualcomm as its 5G modem supplier, according to a new Digitimes report. The company has reportedly begun coordinating with other chip companies to develop custom-made 5G modems for future iPhones....

Podcast: Microsoft’s Activision acquisition, explained

Podcast: Microsoft’s Activision acquisition, explained

Earlier this week, Microsoft announced plans to buy video game giant Activision Blizzard for $68.7 billion. Microsoft branded the deal as a metaverse play, but some industry analysts see it as Microsoft capitalizing on Activision’s...

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