Apple’s argument defending its anti-steering provisions also explain the company’s approach to its burgeoning ad business.
A discussion with Google CEO Sundar Pichai about Google as answering machine, its deals with publishers, privacy, and productivity.
An interview with Brad Stone about his new book about Amazon, how the company has changed, and his outlook for a post-Bezos future.
Both Roku and YouTube are winning in advertising; Roku, though, wants to win its negotiation with Google, and use PR to do so.
More and more opportunities on the web come from market marking, not for advertisers, but for real goods and services paid for with real money.
Facebook’s earning show why it is relatively well-placed to capitalize on ATT.
Differentiation can flow from the writer, but also from the subject. That is why the Substack model could help deliver the local news business model.
Google’s latest ad announcement sounds like a big win for privacy, but it may make practical outcomes worse for users, with little harm to Google.
AppLovin’s IPO and recent acquisitions are another example of how Apple’s policies will give the edge to big players.
Truly unlocking competition in tech means increasing interoperability; an absolutist approach to privacy is doing the exact opposite.