DTNS 2893 – There’s No i In Teams (Because It’s Microsoft Not Apple)

Logo by Mustafa Anabtawi thepolarcat.comHow mobile will our Internet usage get? Tom Merritt and Justin Robert Young discuss what a shift to mobile first Internet usage will mean. Plus Insurance companies and Protestors all trying to manipulate Facebook data, and Microsoft Teams up on Slack.

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2 thoughts on “DTNS 2893 – There’s No i In Teams (Because It’s Microsoft Not Apple)”

  1. I hate to be that guy but I hear this so often it bothers me. JRY said in the episode that the reason Android exsits is because of Apple launching the iPhone in 2007. Google bought Android in 2005 to build a moat for their users from the threat of Microsoft. Google was always a web services company and they knew that they had to protect themselves from Microsoft dominating mobile the same way they did PCs. Now JRY is correct if he is pointing to the fact that Android pivoted when they saw what Apple had developed with the iPhone but we really need to be careful of the narratives around these platforms and basically history. I am a fan of Ben Thompson and he has written extensively on this topic https://stratechery.com/2013/the-android-detour/

    P.S. I did this post on my phone in an airport terminal

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