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Donald Trump Calls White House Leakers “Traitors” and Vows to “Find Out Who They Are”

On Monday afternoon, President Donald Trump called the recent leaks at the White House an “over exaggeration” put out by the “fake news” media to make the administration look bad. He then made a
Editor of Bangkok Post 'forced to step down' over coverage of government

Editor of Bangkok Post 'forced to step down' over coverage of government

Umesh Pandey said he refused an order from board of directors to ‘tone down’ the newspaper’s reporting and editorials The editor of the Bangkok Post newspaper has said he has been forced to step down

∞ [VIDEO] Tim Cook on his meeting with Trump

[VIDEO] This is a snippet from a longer interview Tim did on Bloomberg's The David Rubenstein Show. The full interview will be released in June. The video is embedded in the main Loop post.

∞ iPhone X Portrait Lighting ad: Studio in your pocket

[VIDEO] The song is “La Fête Noire” by Flavien Berger. Video embedded in main Loop post.
Minute Media raises $17 million for sports and esports digital publishing platform

Minute Media raises $17 million for sports and esports digital publishing platform

All hail the new content creators, who are turning traditional sports and esports media on its head. Minute Media has raised $17 million in funding for its digital publishing platform for both sports
Apple Music hits 50 million subscribers as CEO confirms video push

Apple Music hits 50 million subscribers as CEO confirms video push

Apple’s push into subscription services is continuing at a brisk pace, with CEO Tim Cook confirming that the Apple Music service has surpassed 50 million subscribers as the company prepares to launch
Microsoft’s lighter, higher-resolution Surface Hub 2 will ship in 2019

Microsoft’s lighter, higher-resolution Surface Hub 2 will ship in 2019

Microsoft's Surface Hub 2 improves on the original in several key ways. It's lighter, boasts a higher screen resolution, and runs Microsoft 365, Microsoft's software suite of enterprise productivity
Why does Ecuador want Assange out of its London embassy?

Why does Ecuador want Assange out of its London embassy?

The Ecuadorian president is losing patience with the WikiLeaks founder, whom he calls his ‘inherited problem’ Yes. Emphatically. Continue reading...

AT&T’s DirecTV Now live TV service launches a DVR, upgrades the app with new features

AT&T’s over-the-top streaming service for cord cutters, DirecTV Now, is finally beginning to roll out its cloud DVR feature – a year and a half after its launch. The DVR has been in testing since
Netflix will have a crazy number of original series and movies this year

Netflix will have a crazy number of original series and movies this year

Do you love Netflix originals? Then we have some good news for you. Netflix will have 1,000 originals on its platform by the end of…

Watch Spike Lee’s brutal Cannes indictment of ‘that motherf*cker’ Trump for failing to call out Nazis

At a press conference in Cannes to promote his film “BlacKkKlansman,” director Spike Lee delivered a profane and blistering indictment of President Donald Trump, refusing to name him but leaving no
All the world's a stage: Thomas Markle and the art of the celebrity photo

All the world's a stage: Thomas Markle and the art of the celebrity photo

Since the dawn of reality TV, paparazzi have perfected the creation of ‘candid’ shots“He’s been caught with his hands in the cookie jar,” is the unsympathetic verdict of paparazzi photographer George
'They went to execute him': fourth Mexican journalist killed so far in 2018

'They went to execute him': fourth Mexican journalist killed so far in 2018

Radio news host Juan Carlos Huerta was shot dead on the first anniversary of reporter Javier Valdez’s murderYet another Mexican journalist has been assassinated as attacks on media workers in the

Read Christopher Hitchens’ 1983 Mother Jones Article on Tom Wolfe: “A Wolfe in Chic Clothing”

Tom Wolfe has died. The Right Stuff author, who National Review founder William F. Buckley once called “probably the most skillful writer in America,” was the subject of a 1983 Mother Jones cover

Yanny or Laurel. Tell Me What This Audio Is Saying.

The audio edition of the infamous dress question has arrived, with easily amused internet users now asking: is it Laurel or Yanny? What do you hear?! Yanny or Laurel pic.twitter.com/jvHhCbMc8I — Cloe
How Betting Will Change the Sports Media Business

How Betting Will Change the Sports Media Business

The Westgate Superbook in Las Vegas during the men’s N.C.A.A. basketball tournament in March.

The new AI-powered Google News app is now available for iOS

Google teased a new version of its News app with AI smarts at its I/O event last week, and today that revamped app landed for iOS and Android devices in 127 countries. The redesigned app replaces the
A visual guide to Ecuador's Julian Assange spy operation

A visual guide to Ecuador's Julian Assange spy operation

The Ecuadorian government has spent millions of dollars on surveillance of the WikiLeaks founder at its London embassyThe Ecuadorian government has carried out a multimillion-dollar surveillance
Royal wedding: Meghan Markle's bridesmaids and pageboys announced

Royal wedding: Meghan Markle's bridesmaids and pageboys announced

Princess Charlotte and Prince George given roles as attendance of Meghan Markle’s father still uncertainAs Meghan Markle’s father looked increasingly unlikely to be walking her down the aisle on
Google's AI-powered News app arrives on iOS

Google's AI-powered News app arrives on iOS

A redesigned Google News for iOS was a notable inclusion at the Google I/O keynote last week. Today it rolls out officially, replacing the existing Google Play Newsstand, which launched on iOS in 2104