Snap had strong results that build on progress made last quarter; the company is looking less like Twitter, at least for now. Then, FOX spends on football, even as the Sports Linchpin weakens.
Amazon Health doesn’t seem like much now, but there are hints it could be the ultimate application of Aggregation Theory.
Today is being marked as the 10-year anniversary of the iPhone; it is a footnote of history that it is also the 10-year anniversary of the Apple TV. It’s a reminder that we don’t know what innovations matter until they occur.
The annual Stratechery review of the state of technology, and call to build products that unlock human potential
OpenDoor has a unique yet high-risk approach to residential real estate; that’s a great thing, both for its prospects and for society.
Donald Trump is the president-elect, and the temptation is to reduce his success to black-and-white issues. That would be a mistake for the tech industry in particular.
The history of technology is of two distinct eras: information technology enhanced existing business. The Internet revolution is destroying them.
Ratings are down for the Olympics, which could be bad news not only for TV but industries everywhere.
Dollar Shave Club is a textbook example of how the new Internet economy will destroy value in incumbent industries.
Brexit’s downsides are clear; might tech help realize upsides in building something new based on a new world order?