Ads usually suck, especially when they get in the way of good music, but this actually sounds pretty neat (and potentially useful / valuable). Debut advertisers testing the new format include Doritos, Ashley HomeStores, Unilever, Wendy’s, Turner Broadcasting, Comcast and Nestlé.
According to this news it seems Apple was too quick on the trigger in showing off AirPower. The company was unable to meet the high standards it sets for itself in developing the product.
This isn’t such a surprise. We all know Apple is focusing on beefing up its services revenue and this would certainly help with that. I’d be curious if this service would just be for iOS or if it would also include macOS games.
I’m not surprised by this to be honest. It still sucks though. Maybe other Chromium-based browsers will step up and fill the void?
I think these new self-lacing sneakers by Nike are pretty incredible. Forget all the negativity by some people, not only do these have potential–they look super cool.
This is an excellent post by MG. I don’t think it’s as dire as he makes it seem, but I agree with the overall analysis.
Apparently smart speaker ownership has hit 41 percent in the United States, yet… I still don’t really have a good use for one myself.
This is a really important post by John Biggs. Every entrepreneur should read it–regardless of whether you’re flying high at this very moment or not.
As we all predicted, Tumblr’s anti-porn algorithm has become a self-made disaster for the site. The decision to ban NSFW images comes after Apple removed the app from the App Store.
I don’t get Mark Zuckerberg or Sheryl Sandberg. I just don’t. In fact, I’m actually offended by their behavior in the reporting done by the NY Times. Sandberg should be fired.
Mozilla has released a new feature in its Test Pilot program called Price Wise, the new feature allows Firefox users to track product pricing on Amazon, Best Buy, eBay, Walmart, and Home Depot (with more stores planned). Great little addition for the holidays.
Well, duh. No surprises here. Each location will see 25,000 new jobs and $2.5 billion in capital spending. Nashville also got in on the action and will host the company’s East Coast operations and will see 5,000 new jobs.