At the local level, there is conduit competition between the cable company (Comcast or Time Warner Cable) and the telephone company (Verizon or AT&T). But there's no competition between Comcast and Time Warner Cable or between Verizon and AT&T. These supersize firms have carved up the United States, with each sharing the provision of the conduit with the other -- what is called a duopoly. Government believes duopoly is better than monopoly. The problem is that the cable companies own content -- the telephone companies do not. Comcast, for instance, owns NBC, Universal Pictures, and cable networks. An acquisition of Time Warner Cable by Comcast would create a gigantic content business with incredible control over content pricing, packaging, and programming. And this supercontent is what the telephone companies would be forced to purchase to resell to their customers.
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The cloud communications platform said that it will now let developers build in the ability for users to send images through their mobile apps in the U.S. and Canada. Twilio, a startup with a platform for developing cloud-based communications apps, today announced Picture Messaging, a feature that enables developers to build mobile apps that let users send images. The service, which utilizes multimedia messaging system, or MMS, will initially allow end users to send pictures via short codes -- generally five-digit numbers accessed on mobile devices -- in the United States, and full phone numbers in Canada. Given that Twilio has been gradually expanding its platform globally, Picture Messaging could well expand to other countries in the future.
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Apple and Adobe also directly compete for high-end photo tools. Apple's Aperture arrived first as a tool to edit and catalog photos, especially those taken in the awkward but flexible "raw" formats that high-end cameras offer, but Lightroom arrived not long after. Adobe initially priced Lightroom at $300, undercutting Apple's $500 Aperture. Apple eventually returned the favor, making Aperture $79 on its Mac App Store; Lightroom now is $149 and even dips down below $100 during promotions. But some of these battles are becoming something of a sidelight, because Apple no longer is a company concentrating on creative professionals, as its long-dormant Mac Pro line illustrates. Instead, it's a consumer products powerhouse with the iPhone and iPad at the front and center of the business.
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