Apple and Google removed apps at the Russian government’s requests, thanks to the App Store firewall.
Discussion about China’s tech crackdown, the impact on entrepreneurship, and the difference between hard tech and consumer tech.
China’s move against Didi didn’t happen in isolation: it’s the latest in a series of moves that should give investors pause.
What happened to H&M in China should be a warning to smaller companies, but it also suggests that Apple’s position is secure.
Considering a world of memes is uncomfortable, and perhaps explains why journalists want a world of information control. The problem is that we will never be better at this than China.
China is stepping in to the TikTok saga, and their approach seems justified; Microsoft should drop out. Then, how is Apple manufacturing its products in the time of COVID?
Trump put TikTok’s potential sale to Microsoft in a new light, and it is an exceedingly ugly one.
There are four Internets: China versus the U.S., and the E.U. and India. India’s potential new model rests on Jio.
Facebook responds to China in Hong Kong, while Stripe avoids the complication. Then, Instagram Reels shows why Instagram Stories succeeded.
India is banning Chinese apps, in a reminder that nations still matter; China knows the more than anyone. Then, why centralized App Stores make this easier, and why Reddit is a reminder that infrastructure matters.