Some thoughts on how (in theory) Apple, Facebook, Google, and Amazon could be broken up or regulated.
Two years ago, I wrote about Google’s plan to launch YouTube Music, a replacement for Google Play Music. At the time, it didn’t seem quite as polished as the
Google released this week their annual “year in search” results for 2019. As usual, here’s my thoughts on the search results. Top 10 global search terms India vs South
As usual, my thoughts on some noteworthy media and tech stories from the past week. Media Art Spiegelman withdraws his planned Marvel collection foreword Art Spiegelman, the famous creator of “Maus,”
Back in late 2015, I tried writing favorite article roundup posts for a very short while. The idea is similar to that of an email newsletter: I list some links to articles on
E3 (or Electronic Entertainment Expo), the big annual video game conference, is going on this week in Los Angeles. Most of the big video game producers either announced new products this week, released
Last week, Google announced that it plans to make some changes to how the Chrome web browser works. While the changes are supposedly out of security, they’ll also render a lot
The world’s most popular websites online include the usual suspects, such as Google and Facebook. However, they also include Russian and Chinese sites. And yes, pornography is also popular. The infographic
The Big Five tech companies (Amazon, Apple, Facebook, Google, and Microsoft) have different means of earning income. Here’s a look at how each of these tech giants make money. Amazon Statista
Google has released its annual report on the top search terms for 2018, or as they call it, the “year in search.” The list is organized by category and geographical regions.