Apple’s earnings were dominated by supply chain issues in China, which are ultimately driven by COVID. Then, the EU gets it right in an antitrust case (for now).
A story about how hackers got data from tech companies illustrates the fundamental challenge of trust on the Internet, and gives insight into the challenges of interoperability.
The E.U.’s DMA has some good ideas, but is fundamentally misguided and will make things worse for everyone.
Facebook and Google bans probably don’t make much of a difference in the short-term, but will be a challenge in the long-term. Then, the structure of crypto drives a different response.
Metaverse follow-up, and then both Apple and Google lose in court
iOS 14’s wide-ranging impacts are becoming more apparent, in companies from Amazon to Facebook to AppLovin to Zynga. Plus, Amazon’s EU fine.
The pushback to Apple’s move suggests that people are more concerned about their devices spying on them than they are third parties tracking them.
Should regulators be able to see the future, and a reminder that Aggregators are good for customers and suppliers. Then, Spotify starts selling demand, and potentially podcasts.
Slack has filed an antitrust complaint against Microsoft, and the tying allegations may have legs. Still, the fact the complaint exists is a bearish signal.
There are four Internets: China versus the U.S., and the E.U. and India. India’s potential new model rests on Jio.