Tech news, business, technology and the media are all in the spotlight at CES.
But, what do you think of the bubble’s most recent developments?
What will the next Great Internet Boom be?
Will there be another Great Internet Crash?
The big question is: When?
When it comes to the next great internet bubble, there’s no one right answer.
But the current one appears to be headed for a massive and fast collapse.
This isn’t just a bubble, it’s a crisis that could hit the entire industry, even the internet itself.
A bubble is a self-contained ecosystem that develops from the ground up, like a house of cards.
But while the current bubble is built on the very foundations of the internet, there is a risk that it could collapse.
There is no doubt that internet-related industries have been hit hard by the collapse of the dotcom bubble.
The collapse of Netflix and Amazon, which together generated about $5 trillion in revenue, will have a huge impact on the business of media, advertising, e-commerce and cloud computing.
This is where the next bubble could emerge.
The biggest financial bubble of the 21st century, the housing bubble, is now at an all-time low, but this isn’t the first time that bubbles have burst.
When the dot-com bubble burst in 2000, it created an unprecedented and global financial panic that lasted a decade.
The same could happen if the next Internet bubble bursts.
In the current digital economy, the bubbles are now being created all over the world.
There’s a risk of the next internet bubble bursting all over again, but for now, we’re in the first stage of the most exciting period of the digital age.
This article originally appeared on The Conversation.