Adobe’s acquisition of Figma is about the long-term shift in the design value chain; it paid so much because there was no other reason for Figma to sell.
Apple introduced some impressive product updates; the real news, though, were the prices, which suggested that Apple is fully embracing being a services company.
Chips are the clearest example that economic efficiencies will not be the ultimate decider of technology’s end state: politics will play an important role.
An interview with Brex co-founder and co-CEO Pedro Franceschi about what makes Brex unique, why it is pushing into software, and what drove its decision to cut off a big portion of its customer base.
NESN, the regional sports network that shows Red Sox games, is going over-the-top, but its appeal may be limited. Plus, reflecting on Cable’s Last Laugh.
An Interview with Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang about the history of Nvidia, manufacturing intelligence, and how GPUs undergird Aggregation Theory.
Akamai’s acquisition of Linode makes lots of sense, even if Linode’s customers won’t be happy. The real winner, though, is Cloudflare.
It appears that Intel’s partnership with TSMC is much larger than it first seemed; the implications for Intel as whole are massive.
Unity’s acquisition of Weta digital makes sense for both sides, and positions Unity to be an essential platform for tech’s future.
Cloudflare’s new storage offering is potentially disruptive both economically and strategically.