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.

Machine learning and AI advancements

Machine learning and AI advancements

The hype around artificial intelligence and machine learning is giving way to real use. Join us as InfoWorld’s Serdar Yegulalp and IDG TECHtalk host Ken Mingis discuss how AI and ML have become easier to put into production, how AI...

What's on our 2019 holiday wish list | TECH(talk)

What's on our 2019 holiday wish list | TECH(talk)

Computerworld's Ken Mingis is joined by PCWorld's Michael Simon to discuss what they're wishing for this holiday season. From existing smart home gadgets and the Mac Pro to the yet-to-be-announced 5G iPhone, Ken and Michael hash out...

Technology we're thankful for | TECH(talk)

Technology we're thankful for | TECH(talk)

In honor of Thanksgiving, Ken and Juliet are joined by Macworld's Michael Simon to discuss the technology they appreciate the most. From iPhones to WiFi, there's plenty to be thankful for.

Your Apple iOS questions answered | TECH(talk)

Your Apple iOS questions answered | TECH(talk)

Macworld’s Michael Simon and Computerworld Executive Editor Ken Mingis answer viewers' questions about Apple iOS.

Windows 10: Answers to your most important issues

Windows 10: Answers to your most important issues

Computerworld contributor Preston Gralla and Executive Editor Ken Mingis answered viewers' questions about Windows.

Printers: The overlooked security threat in your enterprise | TECHtalk

Printers: The overlooked security threat in your enterprise | TECHtalk

Printers, often a forgotten target in the enterprise, are vulnerable to all the usual cyberattacks. Watch as IDG TECH(talk) hosts Ken Mingis and Juliet Beauchamp and CSO Online’s J.M. Porup discuss the threats to these devices, plus...

How robotics (and AI) are changing how we work and live | TECH(talk)

How robotics (and AI) are changing how we work and live | TECH(talk)

Robotics and AI play increasingly important roles in a variety of industries and no, they're not here to take over mankind. Keith Shaw, editor-in-chief of Robotics Business Review, joins Ken Mingis and Juliet Beauchamp to discuss the...

Technology that scares us | TECH(talk)

Technology that scares us | TECH(talk)

Drones, self-driving vehicles and intrusive tech devices have our otherwise fearless hosts on edge. Watch as IDG TECH(talk) hosts Ken Mingis and Juliet Beauchamp, plus Macworld’s Michael Simon discuss why that tech scares them and...

Your best defense against insider threats | TECH(talk)

Your best defense against insider threats | TECH(talk)

When employees are your weakest link, companies must have programs in place to prevent them from accidentally or intentionally putting the organization at risk. Watch as TECHtalk hosts Ken Mingis and Juliet Beauchamp discuss various...

Windows 10: Answering your most important questions | TECH(talk)

Windows 10: Answering your most important questions | TECH(talk)

Computerworld Windows expert Preston Gralla and Executive Editor Ken Mingis are back to answer your questions about Windows 10.

The evolution of the iPad

The evolution of the iPad

With the release of the third-generation iPad Pro, it’s a good time to take a look at the evolution of Apple’s game-changing tablet.

Smartphone innovation: How iOS and Android 'borrow' from each other | TECH(talk)

Smartphone innovation: How iOS and Android 'borrow' from each other | TECH(talk)

When it comes to smartphone innovation, iOS and Android always seem to “borrow” from each other. Computerworld’s Ken Mingis, Android expert JR Raphael, and Apple expert Michael Simon are talk about who does it best, and what that...

Android 10's gestures: How they work, what Google changed | TECH(talk)

Android 10's gestures: How they work, what Google changed | TECH(talk)

Android 10 delivers new gestures for quick navigating around your phone. But not all gestures are created equally, and some can be downright confusing at first.

Windows 10: Answers to your most important issues | TECH(talk)

Windows 10: Answers to your most important issues | TECH(talk)

Computerworld's Preston Gralla and Executive Editor Ken Mingis are back answering questions about Windows 10. If you have questions, post them in the comments to be featured in our next TECH(talk) about Windows 10.

Blockchain: A corporate enigma | TECH(talk)

Blockchain: A corporate enigma | TECH(talk)

While blockchain has been on a hype roll the last couple of years, it's become increasingly fragmented as more and more companies try out different flavors. What's that mean for the distributed ledger tech and future adoption?...

The evolution of Apple's iPhone

The evolution of Apple's iPhone

As the iPhone ages, it's important to look at how the now-iconic device has matured since its arrival in 2007.

The hottest iPhone 11 rumors | TECH(talk)

The hottest iPhone 11 rumors | TECH(talk)

With the new iPhone unveiling just weeks away, the rumor mill is in overdrive. What can you expect? We get the latest news and leaks from Macworld's Michael Simon, Computerworld's Ken Mingis and TECH(feed) host Juliet Beauchamp.

AI and your smartphone: How AI is transforming mobile apps

AI and your smartphone: How AI is transforming mobile apps

Computerworld’s Ken Mingis and Michael Simon from PCWorld and Macworld talk about how more mobile apps use artificial intelligence and how it improves features.

Your Windows 10 questions answered | TECH(talk)

Your Windows 10 questions answered | TECH(talk)

Computerworld Windows expert Preston Gralla and Executive Editor Ken Mingis answer questions about the most important issues related to Windows 10 and talk about how the operating system is evolving.

All about Apple's latest updates and 5G push | TECH(talk)

All about Apple's latest updates and 5G push | TECH(talk)

It's already been a big summer for Apple: the company unveiled the long-awaited Mac Pro, updated its line of laptops and may buy Intel's smartphone modem business. Computerworld's Ken Mingis and Macworld's Michael Simon explain what...

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