mobile is taking over from the desktop. On top of that, the amount of time on mobile is increasingly spent inside of apps, not the web browser
Mobile is the future. What wins mobile, wins the Internet. Right now, apps are winning and the web is losing … This will hurt long-term innovation … Apps have a rich-get-richer dynamic that favors the status quo
Once you build a good app, users will overwhelmingly prefer it to whatever mobile website you might offer, which will then cause you to spend your development resources on that app
Firms such as 22nd Century Group, which alters the biological make-up of tobacco plants, may be targets of interest for Philip Morris through product licensing rights for the company to purchase and control.
a plan to create a massive, sharable, dynamic spectrum superhighway to support Wi-Fi and other broadband applications is on the horizon, with consequences for federal agencies that have spectrum holdings.
The new order would supplant the existing method of moving spectrum from the public to the private sector. Currently, agencies are compensated for the cost of relocating operations to new frequencies, but there are no major incentives to push agencies to vacate spectrum