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Just because the media loves Twitter doesn't mean it's ubiquitous enough to achieve Facebook-like success.
If it's merely more gimmicks, bells and whistles designed to pump up Amazon Prime, Jeff Bezos's forthcoming smartphone will fail.
With online sales growing faster at WalMart than at Amazon, brick and mortar retail reinvents itself not by choice, but out of necessity.
It would be a shame to see Twitter die, but if its CEO doesn't get smart he could kill it.
The writing's on the wall. It'll take longer to become obvious, but Microsoft's set to go the way of BlackBerry.
Millions could cut the cord tomorrow if this one relic of modern sports broadcasting went away.
At least some Pandora One subscribers have been asked to take a survey that asks about billing.
There's no reason why Facebook and Twitter shouldn't merge. Standard no-brainer stuff.
There's really no compelling reason to own a Roku. So the party's over.
If you think about what makes sense, an Apple television set easily trumps the notion of the mythical iWatch.
Consider the end game for Apple, Amazon and Pandora. It'll make you view 'competition' in Internet radio differently.
The media often ignores the most important factor that drives Apple.
Indelible ink meet brick wall: Microsoft will end up like BlackBerry. Or worse.
Yet another company innovating on turf Pandora should stake competitive claim to.
If it looks like -- or is -- Songza, Amazon Music could make Pandora look silly.
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