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From Satellite Imagery to 3D Maps to Home Rentals to Smart Home Devices and More Companies mentioned in this report: Airbnb (private); Alarm.com (ALRM); Amazon (AMZN); Apple (AAPL); ARCHIBUS (private); Autodesk (ADSK); CoStar Group (CSGP); DigitalGlobe/ Maxar Technologies (MAXR); DocuSign (DOCU); EagleView (private); Ellie Mae (private); ESRI (private); Facebook (FB); Fidelity National Financial (FNF); Google … Continue reading Real Estate TechPremium 

Google Has Raised the Bar for Technology Companies

Google Has Raised the Bar for Technology Companies

Google flexed its on-device computing might last week at its annual I/O developer conference. This should serve as a wake-up call to other technology companies whether they be consumer-focused or enterprise technology companies. I'm still impressed by the fact that Google compressed Google Assistant's footprint by 200x (from 100GB to 0.5GB). Similarly, other advanced Google … Continue reading Google Has Raised the Bar for Technology Companies

It’s Good To Be King

It’s Good To Be King

Google is the AI King. More precisely, the king of AI, machine learning and deep learning. Google held its annual "IO" developer conference yesterday and we were most impressed by Google's ability to run sophisticated AI models entirely on-device. Many technology analysts will cover Google's new Pixel 3A phone and smart home devices. We were … Continue reading It’s Good To Be King

Mobile & P2P Power Consumer Spend

Mobile & P2P Power Consumer Spend

We sifted through TSYS' recent 2018 U.S. Consumer Payments Study and extracted the highlights. You may view the slides below in PDF form by clicking HERE. To read the full report click HERE.

Streaming Services Unbound

Streaming Services Unbound

There are a number of new streaming content providers on the block such as YouTube TV, ESPN+ and the forthcoming Disney+. In addition, legacy content providers such as the New York Times and CBS have caught subscription fever. (free article) Subscription fatigue? Time will tell. We provide subscriber metrics including number of paid subscribers and … Continue reading Streaming Services Unbound

Apple Will Have A New CEO Within 5 Years<span class="badge-status" style="background:red">Premium</span> 

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Apple will have a new CEO within 5 years. You may thank Apple CEO Tim Cook and former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. Microsoft shares flat-lined from 2001 to 2013 during a series of flubs including being late to the Internet, late to mobile, late to the cloud, late to AI, slow to capitalize on the … Continue reading Apple Will Have A New CEO Within 5 YearsPremium 

“Google By the Numbers” or, “How We Feed the AI”

“Google By the Numbers” or, “How We Feed the AI”

Sure, Amazon’s Alexa-powered devices are nifty, but there’s only one AI king of the jungle - Google. Google benefits from more nodes on the network - i.e. more input data from which to learn - than any other single technology platform. “Google By the Numbers” or “How We Feed the AI”: Google processes 63,000+ search … Continue reading “Google By the Numbers” or, “How We Feed the AI”

Apple’s Strategy – The Good, The Bad & The Retro<span class="badge-status" style="background:red">Premium</span> 

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When speaking or writing about Apple we have spent much of the past 18 months beating up on the iPhone. Yesterday's "Apple Event" didn't engender confidence in the firm's content strategy. Anchored by a curated, walled garden approach, Apple's strategy seems mired in the early 2000's at a time when young people have migrated to … Continue reading Apple’s Strategy – The Good, The Bad & The RetroPremium