Twitter has a new policy to listen to experts about what content to limit; what happens, though, when experts are wrong?
Zoom was sharing data with Facebook, probably on accident, but it is the company’s second major privacy and security-related screw-up. It’s a real concern as far as the company’s upside — and so is its connection to China.
The iPhone could be delayed, but not necessarily because of China. Then, an interview with Tim Culpan about SARS, Taiwan’s response then and now, and Apple’s Supply Chain
The coronavirus crisis should be changing long-held beliefs. Then, what tech companies can do to get us out of this crisis, and Airbnb’s disastrous decision to not go public sooner.
Compaq’s descent from a company of action to a brand is a frightening parable for the the West’s focus on talk over action.
Studios go direct-to-consumer out of necessity; Disney has the most potential, even if they should use Universal’s model.
In this Daily Update Interview Eugene Wei and I explore the idea of the half-life of information, and what that means for the value of Netflix, YouTube, Disney, and more.
Tech companies unite to fight misinformation, and potentially are working on tracking COVID-19. What tradeoffs might that entail, and is it worth building capability and trusting in policy?
In a follow-up to Zero Trust Information, exploring the four types of information and how their value changes with time.
Some tips for working from home, then wondering what the lack of sports means for pay TV. Might the NBA come to the rescue?