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Jon Tseng has two passions, Technology and Food. He has over ten years experience as a specialist technology analyst in bulge bracket investment banks, most recently leading coverage of the European Software sector at BofA Merrill Lynch. Over the last decade he has covered both enterprise software and consumer hardware companies and, remarkably, owns more mobile phones than his wife has handbags.
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What’s never clear to me when this comes up, is how this is different from private label brands from other retailers, eg:
Unclear if there is something about disclosure that is different, or privileging their own brands that is different. But again, Wal-Mart is free to give its house brands whatever shelf placement it chooses. How is this different?
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This article seems to have missed out on the AR angle? Metaverse becomes more powerful when associated with idea of Mirrorworld – ability to overlay digital twin onto reality.
Without this aspect Metaverse is basically just a fancy version of the 3D file manager from Jurassic Park.
Not saying I believe in this or buy into the hype train. But this is a very obvious part of the concept which seems to be missing from this article?