Photographs? Instagram! Music? Spotify! Clothing? Zalando! There are now platforms and apps to meet nearly any imaginable need. And that’s driving many traditional businesses into bankruptcy. The survivors must be doing something right. But what?
As the popular music streaming service goes public today, Spotify is set to continue to revolutionize the music business. But who ultimately profits?
Have we lost all feeling in a pursuit to perfect digital audio signals? Or can we readjust our ratio to noise? Musician Damon Krukowski says contextual sounds, like analog noise, stop us falling off our bikes.
Amazon is reportedly a month away from launching a new subscription-based music streaming service. Once licensing agreements are signed, Amazon will enter a crowded market dominated by Spotify and Apple Music.
Consultancy firm PwC has published its latest Global Innovation 1000 survey showing that corporate spending on Research & Development has never been higher, but also warning of the effects of economic nationalism.
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