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Oprah Winfrey joins John Legend’s VR animated film, Crow

Oprah Winfrey joins John Legend’s VR animated film, Crow

Baobab Studios’ latest VR movie, the John Legend-produced Crow: The Legend, just revealed an all-star cast ahead of its premiere at Cannes Next this weekend. We already knew that Legend himself would
Spanish newspaper El País appoints its first gender correspondent

Spanish newspaper El País appoints its first gender correspondent

Move comes in aftermath of #MeToo movement and recent women’s rights protests across the countryThe Spanish newspaper El País has appointed its first gender correspondent after lobbying from its
We Hear You: Kelly’s Baby, Kimmel’s Bad Taste, Media Madness, and More

We Hear You: Kelly’s Baby, Kimmel’s Bad Taste, Media Madness, and More

Editor’s note: The story of Kelly Clemente, who chose to give up her unexpected baby for adoption, rang bells with The Daily Signal’s audience. Some... Read More The post We Hear You: Kelly’s Baby,

Look what happened to CNN’s ratings when they focused on more anti-Trump stories. It’s not good.

As CNN gives wall-to-wall coverage to stories negative to President Donald Trump, including the Stormy Daniels saga and the Russia collusion story, its ratings are…
How ProtonMail is pushing email privacy standards

How ProtonMail is pushing email privacy standards

FEATURE: Rumors of email’s demise have been greatly exaggerated. While the “age-old” communication conduit may have new rivals, it is showing little sign of letting up. In 2017, active email users

Subscriptions for the 1%

We are in a subscription hell. Paywalls are going up across the internet, at aggregated prices few but Jeff Bezos can afford. The software I used to pay for once now requires an annual tax, because …

Genealogist digs up Tomi Lahren’s family tree after she attacks immigrants — and the results are hilarious

Fox News pundit Tomi Lahren is getting the John Kelly treatment after defending the White House Chief of Staff’s racist remarks this weekend. And it turns out her family background is much like
Donald Trump tweets U.S. Department of Commerce will help China’s ZTE ‘get back into business’

Donald Trump tweets U.S. Department of Commerce will help China’s ZTE ‘get back into business’

(Reuters) — U.S. President Donald Trump said in a tweet on Sunday that he has asked the Commerce Department to help Chinese technology company ZTE “get back into business, fast,” a concession to
Unity will release its Carte Blanche VR creation tools in October

Unity will release its Carte Blanche VR creation tools in October

Unity had some big VR news to share at its Unite Tokyo conference earlier this week. According to tweets from the event, which wasn’t livestreamed, the engine maker showcased the latest progress with

∞ Apple ad blends everyone from Season 1 of Carpool Karaoke

[VIDEO] At first blush, this ad looks like it was filmed in a super stretch limo. But of course, that'd be logistically impossible. To me, this blending of scenes from each episode of Carpool

A Searing Memoir Recalls How Syria’s Civil War Tore Apart Three Friends

Brothers of the Gun opens in 2011 at the eruption of Syria’s Arab Spring. Marwan Hisham and his close friends Nael and Tareq are chanting at their first protest against the dictator Bashar al-Assad in
The Scourge of Trumpism in Conservative Journalism

The Scourge of Trumpism in Conservative Journalism

In the summer of 2016, Ben Shapiro and Elisha Krauss, then working as hosts of the radio show The Morning Answer, found themselves increasingly at odds with their employer, Salem Media Group, a
Apple and Canal+ to offer Apple TV 4K as alternate cable box

Apple and Canal+ to offer Apple TV 4K as alternate cable box

A deal between Apple and French cable television giant Canal+ may breathe new life into the Apple TV platform in France and show a way forward for the media streaming device in other markets. Starting

Supreme Court allows states to legalize sports betting, opening floodgates for online gambling profits

Whoever had the over on DraftKings‘ boss Jason Robins and FanDuel chief executive Matt King being given a potential billion-dollar windfall by the Supreme Court’s decision to allows sports betting
Hinds’ Noisier, Messier Second Album Is Punk Perfection

Hinds’ Noisier, Messier Second Album Is Punk Perfection

Album Review Hinds I Don’t Run Mom + Pop While lots of young bands struggle to record a strong followup to a promising debut, the women of the Spanish quartet Hinds take a big leap forward on I Don’t
TiVo set-top boxes are getting Alexa support by June 1

TiVo set-top boxes are getting Alexa support by June 1

TiVo announced today that its newest lineup of set-top DVRs, including Series 4 (TiVo Premiere), Series 5 (TiVo Roamio), and Series 6 (TiVo Bolt) devices as well as the TiVo Bolt Vox, will gain
May defeated in Lords as peers back new Leveson-style press inquiry by majority of 39 - Politics live

May defeated in Lords as peers back new Leveson-style press inquiry by majority of 39 - Politics live

Rolling coverage of the day’s political developments as they happenDowning Street lobby briefing - SummaryLunchtime summaryEarly evening summary 7.23pm BST This morning, our front page bore the names
How to contact your senators about net neutrality (and anything else)

How to contact your senators about net neutrality (and anything else)

If you have strong feelings about net neutrality, it’s time for a hail mary. The Federal Communications Commission is set to roll back net neutrality regulations as of June 11, 2018 — unless the U.S.

Netflix exec says 85 percent of new spending will go towards original content

In case you had any doubts that original content is a big priority at Netflix, Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos estimated that 85 percent of the company’s total spending is going to new shows and
Facebook suspends 200 apps as part of investigation into data misuse

Facebook suspends 200 apps as part of investigation into data misuse

After Cambridge Analytica fallout, the company is investigating apps that had access to large amounts of data before 2014 Facebook said it had suspended roughly 200 apps as part of its investigation