What if Microsoft had bought BlackBerry in 2009 instead?
The story here isn’t that Microsoft didn’t see the mobile revolution coming. It just peaked way too early, and wasn’t prepared when Apple showed up with something a lot better.
AOL vs. Netflix: The Entire Internet In One Simple Chart
At the end of March, almost 2.7 million people still subscribed to AOL service, the company reported this morning. That’s about where Netflix stood at the end of 2004.
Since then, Netflix’s subscriber base has grown — 29 million at the end of March — and AOL’s has declined at a remarkably parallel rate.
Amazon’s $35 External DVD Drive Will Make You Feel Young Again
"The real reason I am writing this review … is to relay the strange but delightful experience of loading a DVD into a disc drawer for the first time in years."
Almost perfect. AOL vs. Netflix, 2002-2012.
Apple’s Semi-Soft Quarter In Charts
The SplatF 2012 Holiday Gift Guide is here!
Amazon’s amazing Kindle growth chart, 2012 edition
Which Business Is Shrinking Faster, Printers Or iPods?
Answer: It depends!
It’s A Great Time For Magazines
Sim City: Inside Korea’s $35 Billion City-On-Demand