Understanding Apple’s victory in Apple v. Epic, and the limitations of the injunction on anti-steering provisions.
Centralized control is useful at the beginning of an economy, but limits innovation in the long run. That is as true for China as it is for the App Store.
The FTC’s new Facebook case isn’t any better than the old one, even as there are ever more questions about the potential harm of regulatory interference
While it’s possible to understand Apple’s motivations behind its decision to enable on-device scanning, the company had a better way to satisfy its societal obligations while preserving user privacy.
The Metaverse of Snow Crash is not a good analogy for the future, as the Internet breaks down into Stephenson’s dystopia
Instagram’s shift away from being a photo-sharing app is very much inline with the service’s continuous evolution.
The Windows 11 announcement was fun and interesting, but there is a reason that Windows is no longer the center of Microsoft’s business.
Marc Andreessen has changed his tone over the past year; there is a cynical interpretation, but I think the shift is justified.
A package of new proposed laws for regulating tech companies are in part a negotiating ploy, but also an indicator of change.
WWDC highlighted how Apple’s differentiation is based on integration; the company ought not risk that differentiation for exploitive App Store policies.