Death by 1,000 Cuts: How iMessage Complicated Texting on Android

There is a moment when a new product is introduced that changes the way that we think about an entire category. A product that changes the dynamic of things so much that other companies have to react with their version of it to stay relevant. The rise of Netflix for example sent shockwaves to the traditional television channels that they must adapt to the world of streaming. And…

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Omar Zahran

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Freelance technology, basketball, and lifestyle writer. Lover of all things with a screen. Newsletter: hexagon.substack.com

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