Over the last 13 months, at least three top-tier corporate clients have walked away, including Coca-Cola, American Express, and Nasdaq, according to internal documents. Palantir mines data to help companies make more money, but clients have balked at its high prices that can exceed $1 million per month, expressed doubts that its software can produce valuable insights over time, and even experienced difficult working relationships with Palantir’s young engineers. Palantir insiders have bemoaned the “low-vision” clients who decide to take their business elsewhere.
A bit off topic, but I’m becoming increasingly impressed with BuzzFeed’s journalistic output.
A nifty authentication boilerplate for the Serverless framework.
All of this represents the conclusion of a test that began all the way back in 2010, and has been tweaked over the years since then. Search Engine Land readers — particularly some outside the U.S. — notified us late last year that they were seeing the top-only ads more frequently.
Data-driven design. I love stuff like this.
Blatantly ripping off other people’s work I see. Hats off to the f.lux developers for issuing such a polite and gracious response to the news.
Let’s take a closer look at the category make up. A common question is which category is the largest? If you’re thinking games you’re not wrong! The Games category is the single largest category on the Apple TV App Store with 1,002 apps. This means Games make up roughly 38% of all Apple TV apps.
Read as: there are already approximately 900 crappy games for the Apple TV.