The deals with Amazon and Google only point to one thing: sliding sales.
Twitter's business has recently stabilised. Society has not. I think these two facts are linked.
Think the ad duopoly of Facebook and Google seems like bad news for traditional media? Well, stick around compadre, because it's about to get a lot worse.
Uber has regained their licence to operate in London, albeit on a 15-month probation, but the director of Furthr doesn't believe the changes implemented go deeply enough to fix a problematic business model.
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Charlottesville is a game-changer for social media. Or at least, it should be.
Uber is a lesson in the damaging power of disruption and globalisation, and it should be stopped.
Even the man who helped invent it now thinks it has gone very wrong.
Retail is being eaten alive by Amazon and brands could be next, writes the director at Furthr.
Retail is being eaten alive by Amazon and brands could be next. By Andy Pemberton, the director at Furthr.
Blockchain technology has the power to unseat the likes of Facebook, Twitter and Google. Why? Because you can trust it.
Social giants built their success on globalisation. As the world votes to reject it, can they really expect to carry on as normal?
But beware: voice-activated tech could cause headaches for brands.
Brands such as McDonald's can learn from the way the US president-elect uses the platform to listen to his audience and test the water.
Rich white men are all too often the minority that's being empowered.
We should be concerned by a social media network that has the power to decide what news stories and ads are accessible to its users.
Facebook's focus on video has us paying close attention.
Digital disruption has created big winners but, for most people, it has made the world a scary place
Digital disruption has created big winners but, for most people, it has made the world a scary place.
The EU is right to rein in the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. Amazon, Google, Facebook and Apple are so powerful, they're stifling competition, writes Andy Pemberton.