Week 16 2016

The most important read of this week is about the – completely – game changing company MagicLeap and their embedded video.



– Bonnier sells Toca Boca DiDigital

 Sellpy are now Tradera Sweden’s largest customer DiDigital

– VCs starting to let their startups beware of dirty fundraising terms Bloomberg

– Simris Alg getting ready to IPO DiDigital

– Pintrest acquihires Swedish talents DiDigital

– California approves Uber and Lyft’s carpools Fortune

– Spotify turned down apartments within reasonably distance from HQ following founders raging article Breakit

– Ford steps technology improvements Payments

– The European Commission files suit on Google in anti-trust case worth USD 6 BN European Commission

– Smart clothes are getting real TechCrunch

– Apple steals VP of Vehicle Engineering from Tesla Electrek

– A $10 router was the way in for hackers to steal USD 100 M from Bangladesh bank BBC

– China shuts down Apple’s iBooks and Apple pay NYTimes

– Tencent launches Enterprise version of WeChat (who recently reported 700M MAUs) WSJ

– Peter Carlsson (former Tesla) steps in as member of the board in Fingerprint Cards Breakit


– Q1 Earning numbers Bloomberg :

Earnings Q116 Estimate EPS (USD) Actual EPS (USD) Actual Revenue (USD)
Alphabet (Google) 7.97 7.50 20.26 BN
Microsoft 0.62 0.64 22.08 BN
Netflix 0.03 0.06 1.96 BN



– Verizon’s AOL buys VR content studio RYOT WSJ

– Youtube introduced 360-degree live streamed video Buzztoday

– Telia in discussions to buy C-More Resumé

– Credit Suisse estimates Instagram will become a Facebook cash-cow CNBC

– Youtube and Apple are now both producing own film content to its respective platforms Filmmaker

– Tribeca confirms VR/AR will become a (the?) next medium for art and film Salon

– Allumette called a groundbreaking VR film experience Wired


– Netflix user growth (WSJ): image001.jpg

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