Netflix grew more slowly than it expected because it had fewer hits than it expected; then, Sony is winning in streaming by not playing.
Facebook made a host of “coming soon” announcements around audio, and laid out a compelling vision for creators that is limited by Facebook’s fundamental nature.
Substack is at the center of media controversy, most of which misses the point that sovereign writers — not Substack — are in control.
More on what makes Roblox unique, and why App Store fees are ever more difficult to justify.
Twitter’s acquisition of Revue points to a huge opportunity for the company; can the company execute well enough to take advantage?
More on Netflix’s earnings, and why it won’t give back pandemic gains. Then, Elastic follows MongoDB’s example.
That Intel is built to be integrated is precisely the problem, why Qualcomm bought a CPU team, and Netflix controls its own destiny.
Substack is a threat to the media, but its business prospects are threatened by the same forces threatening all of media.
Apple’s App Store changes are genuinely a good deal for small publishers, and make me feel more favorable about the entire business. Then, Airbnb’s costs, particularly marketing, are too hard to understand.
Why Twilio bought Segment, and an interview with Twilio CEO Jeff Lawson