Opendoor’s results suggest that the problem in the home-buying market was unique to Zillow’s lack of expertise, not the model
Zillow is ending Zillow Offers; where did the company go wrong, and what my initial analysis got right, and what I missed.
Adobe Max suggested that Adobe is finally starting to build its products as a service, not just selling them that way. Plus, Photoshop on the Web leans into Photoshop’s complexity, and Photoshop’s NFT authenticity feature is compelling.
Snap’s earnings show how the inability to measure attribution makes it hard to target ads; the big question is what this means for Facebook.
Zillow’s halt in buying new homes is a reminder that core competency can out-compete an Aggregator’s advantage; then, feedback on crypto and energy.
Apple’s iPhone event wasn’t particularly interesting, but that’s a compliment to the iPhone’s power in the market and strength in the market. If only Apple’s platform governance were as good.
More from Apple about why they chose the approach to scanning for CSAM that they did; then, why NFTs reliance on standard formats makes them more valuable, not less.
Disney’s tactics around ESPN+ are coming into line with streaming’s strategic opportunities; plus, Black Widow streaming numbers show how release windows are changing.
Taylor Swift, like Dave Chappelle, is leveraging the power of the Internet to take control of their art.
AppLovin’s IPO and recent acquisitions are another example of how Apple’s policies will give the edge to big players.