Lots of interesting stuff in this year's Apple product launch event - iPhones, an iPad 'Pro' and a new version of the Apple TV.Read More
This is a discussion of the issues I wrote about in this post: ways to think about cars.
"After the smartphone, what business has the global scale in terms of people and profits that make it attractive for tech companies to turn their attention and capital towards? The answer, according to a16z’s Benedict Evans, is the car business. Yes, Benedict is our mobile expert, and sure cars are mobile, but what does your iPhone have to do with your ride? More than you might expect.
Through his mobile-tinted lens, Evans offers his vision of the future of cars, and perhaps the future of today’s biggest technology companies. Who will build these cars, who will own them, and who (or what) will do the driving in this segment of the a16z Podcast."
This is an updated version of a presentation I first gave last autumn: the macro view of how mobile is changing the technology industry, the internet and the broader economy, here with slides and an accompanying talk track as I presented it to our limited partners earlier this month.
Unpicking WWDC: maintenance releases, proactive analysis of user data and two aggregation and curation platforms, News and Music.
I did a podcast with Steven Sinofsky talking about the Apple watch, a month after launch.