AI will make ambient computing possible, Zuckerberg talks AI with The Verge, and AWS is worried about falling behind.
Defining virtual reality as being about hardware is to miss the point: virtual reality is AI, and hardware is an (essential) means to an end.
The FTC is suing Amazon, and some of the complaints are compelling, but ultimately not convincing.
Microsoft’s Surface event was actually an AI event. It both showed how different Microsoft it, and how it hasn’t changed at all.
An interview with Anduril founder and CEO Brian Schimpf about why now is the time for a software-based defense contractor, despite software’s bad fit with the military procurement process.
Max adds sports, and Fox might want to shore up its position in the bundle. Then, Disney confirms it is in its Taylor Swift era, and investors are not impressed.
Instacart is two different companies in one: the tech company is dependent on but in some respects in conflict with the logistics one. Then, ARM pops.
Unity announced a sudden change to its business model. It makes some sense, but the implementation and communication were terrible, which is becoming a pattern.
An interview with Craig Moffett about Charter vs. Disney, the 1990s telecom bubble, the history of the U.S. TV and broadband markets, and why Google might win video.
Apple’s iPhone event was better than it seemed, especially if you ignore a misguided video. Then, the iPhone gets another price cut.