The Windows division no longer exists at Microsoft, marking the end to a four-year process of changing Microsoft’s culture.
The question of who reviewed the iPhone X shows how power is changing in media. Then, Microsoft crushes earnings with a strategy the company has used before.
There are striking similarities between Microsoft today and IBM in the Lou Gerstner era, but today’s IBM should be a warning to Redmond.
Google’s earnings were fantastic, but I’m still not totally convinced about their shift to mobile. Microsoft’s were good as well, but what was under the surface was more important.
Follow-up on Nest and Podcasting, then why Box’s numbers are a bit more worrisome than the company is letting on. Plus, a must-read article on Microsoft.
Good morning, Access members, please keep an eye out for an email about a virtual meetup next week, as well as an in-person meetup during WWDC. On Stratechery, I posted It’s Time to Kill Surface. I probably wasn’t clear enough in the article, but I actually rather like the product and think there is a […]
Good morning, I went deep on Apple’s (alleged) acquisition of Beats, yet in some ways, I’m not sure I went deep enough. One thing I was trying to capture is that there is a very benign explanation for this acquisition: Beats solves a lot of problems for Apple. And maybe that’s all it is. Still, […]
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