Of News and Newborns
The media circus surrounding the Royal Baby revealed a rivalry at heart of the news industry that's slowly tearing it apart
Google Will Regret Shutting Down Google Reader
Google's decision to retire Reader will force many of the company's top users into its competitors' web of services - and not just their RSS services
Arrested Economics: Assessing Netflix's Original Content Business
Arrested Development and House of Cards aren't designed to deliver the metrics Wall Street expects, and this means a lot about how Netflix views its future
A Deal with the Devil: Part I
How Blizzard's attempt to monetize Diablo 3's virtual economy is embroiled in crisis – both for gamers and the company itself
Macklemore & Fifty Shades of Grey: the Democratization of Taste
The Internet is taking control of what we like away from the mysterious cabal of media executives
Follow-up to the 'Illusory Silver-Bullet'
Underlying changes to the TV series model will offset some pressures, but the future remains challenging
Original TV Series: The Illusory 'Silver Bullet'
Streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon see original TV series as the path to success. It's not. But consumers win.
Responses to 'Craptops' and Thoughts on Microsoft's Challenging Future
To remain relevant, Microsoft must go far beyond invigilating hardware restrictions on PC vendors
The Times are Good
After 125 years the FT remains an institution to envy, not copy
UPDATED: The Technology Wars and the Double-Edged Sword of Regulation
The scale, scope and nature of the Amazon v. Apple v. Facebook v. Google contest seems great for consumers - but it may have hidden costs that regulators will struggle to overcome