So, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos wants to be the first to market space. Considering the problems we have here, I don’t think it’s the greatest idea.
While the US government has charged one company for buying fake reviews on Amazon, but I don’t see how they’re going to outpace the suppliers.
Jeff Bezos just announced his divorce on Twitter. But, unlike Elon Musk, his control of the narrative is smart, and leaves no room for misinterpretation.
The dudes who created Agent Orange now promised that they can safely zap our brains for our benefit. Seems legit.
Morning, gorgeous. Overnight, Greg Hunt buckled to criticism, Iran rebuffs the approaches of the US and Amazon doomed us all.
Well, it’s Monday, but fortunately, there’s sweet nonsense to pull your attention away from it. A group of Jaguars is currently fighting a group of men, and Amazon logged the internet jungle.
Bless you for not judging us, Thursday. Overnight we attended the rushed wedding of Amazon and Microsoft’s assistants, fears regarding drug testing and the legacy of Terry Pratchett secured. By a steam roller.
Every Friday, The Big Smoke looks at industry news curated by MediaScope. This week we gaze at Mary Meeker’s Internet trend report, where the tech giants will stand in the future, and Amazon’s shift into…investigative journalism?
Every Friday, The Big Smoke looks at industry news curated by MediaScope. This week, we bid farewell to big data, we analyse the key trends on how different generations consume media, and we illustrate why journalism is not dead.
The downside to always being connected, is of course, always being connected. Is our push for innovation blurring the line between public and private, or have we already crossed it?
The new wave of on-demand content providers lead by Netflix is set deal cable TV a terminal blow in 2016, as Michael Gill explains.
Philippe Gelis warns that banks are in danger of being usurped by the newer crowd – those who are already trusted by the customer.
Amazon are opening their first ever brick and mortar store and Susannah McDonald is wondering if going backwards is now the best way to go forward in business.