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The Guardian view on Elon Musk: a billionaire in need of humility | Editorial
Attacking a British diver involved in the Thai cave rescue was ridiculous. He should concentrate on fixing his businessElon Musk is 47 years old and terrified by artificial intelligence. The Silicon
Netflix’s fortunes are still won and lost on subscriber growth. And it just lost
As of the close of trading today (July 16), shares of Netflix had more than doubled in value this year, pushing the company’s market value…
Instapaper is independent again 2 years after Pinterest acquisition
Bookmarking service Instapaper is unpinning itself from Pinterest, two years after being acquired by the social media giant. In a blog post, the Instapaper team announced that it is establishing a new
SmartNews app reaches 10 million monthly users as it counters fake news
EXCLUSIVE: SmartNews said it has reached more than 10 million monthly active users in the U.S. and Japan for its news discovery experience that is curated by machine language and trusted journalism
How right-wing media reacted to Putin and Trump’s joint press conference
President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin held a joint press conference Monday following their diplomatic summit in Helsinki, Finland, and Trump’s performance shocked the world. Trump
News of Trump passing cognitive test may make it harder to detect dementia
Exposure to the test makes it easier to pass, doctors warn.
Why Won’t Donald Trump Speak for America?
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Putin Just Dismissed the Mueller Probe as “Political Games” in Fox News Interview
Russian President Vladimir Putin has suggested the Mueller investigation is politically motivated, calling it part of the United States’ “internal political games” in a 30-minute interview with Fox
Netflix, the Stock Market’s Big Hope, Disappoints
Netflix’s shortfall in second-quarter subscriber growth, disclosed on Monday, is a reminder that companies priced for perfection can disappoint.
Facebook: ‘Turning a blind eye to bad content is not in our commercial interests’
Facebook has responded to allegations that emerged over the weekend claiming the company turns a blind eye to controversial Pages if they have a lot of followers — because they generate a lot of
Netflix’s subscriber ‘miss’ just a blip as epic battle with HBO looms
The world’s largest video streaming service fell short of its latest quarterly subscriber targets, so naturally pundits across the internet and Wall Street are busy engraving its tombstone. “Netflix
CareDash detects fraudulent reviews with the help of AI
CareDash, a healthcare provider review website, uses artificial intelligence to prevent the publication of fraudulent reviews.
Original Content podcast: Netflix’s ‘Nanette’ takes aim at straight white men and comedy clichés
This is the first time we’ve done an in-depth review of a comedy special on the Original Content podcast, but Nanette (which Netflix released last month) isn’t a typical stand-up show. Hannah Gadsby
The Trump-Putin Meeting, According to Fox News
The backlash to President Donald Trump’s astonishing press conference alongside Russian President Vladimir Putin has been overwhelmingly fierce and swift. “Nothing short of treasonous,” former CIA
Trump Wistfully Smells Lock Of Murdered Journalist’s Hair Gifted To Him By Putin
Liberals are ruining football, to the tune of the NFL’s most profitable year
Put your candlelight vigils and mournful eulogies for NFL on hold — rumors of the league’s death have been greatly exaggerated. In 2017, the league made more than $8 billion in revenue for the first
Egypt will subject popular social accounts to anti-fake news laws
Egypt's parliament has passed a new law that will categorize social media accounts and blogs with more than 5,000 followers as media outlets. As such, they'll be regulated by the Supreme Council for
The Bias Problem Plaguing America’s Social Media Platforms
Americans deserve the facts, objectively reported. They know media bias is pervasive. A recent Morning Consult poll found that only a quarter of voters now... Read More The post The Bias Problem
Egypt's New Law Targets Social Media, Journalists For 'Fake News'
Egypt's parliament passed a law Monday giving the state powers to block social media users and penalize journalists for publishing fake news. "Under the law passed on Monday social media accounts and
Game devs have three choices interacting online: be a robot, log off — or risk the mob
GUEST: I remember when I first went online as the representative of a big company. It was 2001, and I was working in the digital division of Lego, the world’s largest producer of plastic toy bricks.