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Jason Spencer, Georgia Lawmaker Duped by Sacha Baron Cohen, to Resign
Jason Spencer, a Republican Georgia lawmaker, was duped in Sunday’s episode of Sacha Baron Cohen’s “Who Is America?”
U.S. cord cutters to reach 33 million this year, faster than expected
The pace of cord cutting in the U.S. is increasing faster than expected, according to a new forecast released this week by eMarketer. The analyst firm is now projecting the number of those ditching
AdColony: Brands are worried about unsafe content and fake news on Facebook, social media
Brands have moved quickly to spread their message through social media and influencers. But those brands have also run into unsafe content, such as hateful speech and inappropriate or offensive
The Media’s Failure to Connect the Dots on Climate Change
A record-breaking heat wave killed 65 people in Japan this week, just weeks after record flooding there killed more than 200. Record-breaking heat is also wreaking havoc in California, where the
YouTube VR app launches on Samsung Gear VR, adds exclusive videos
Google’s YouTube VR application is coming to the Samsung Gear VR this week, the company announced today, potentially expanding the virtual reality video service’s audience by “millions of people.”
Facebook reports lower-than-expected growth after a quarter of data scandals
After a quarter filled with negative headlines, Facebook reported lower-than-expected growth in revenue and daily active users in its second quarter earnings release. Facebook reported $13.23 billion
State of the Art: Tech Companies Like Facebook and Twitter Are Drawing Lines. It’ll Be Messy.
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China pulls approval for Facebook’s planned venture
(Reuters) — China has withdrawn its approval for Facebook’s plan to open a new venture in the eastern province of Zhejiang, the New York Times reported on Wednesday, citing a person familiar with the
PwC: Telecom and media deals are heating up in 2018 while tech mergers fall
In the first half of 2018, the value of deals in the media and telecommunications markets rose 197 percent compared to the first half of 2017, according to accounting firm PwC. The second quarter of
GV leads $30 million investment in Scandit to bring AR and computer vision to mobile barcode scanning
Scandit, a Swiss barcode scanning platform for mobile enterprise apps, has raised $30 million in a series B round of funding led by Alphabet’s venture capital (VC) arm GV. NGP Capital, formerly known
SoundFi debuts 3D audio format for ‘The Equalizer 2’ opening
SoundFi has created a way to bring immersive 3D audio to ordinary headphones and smartphones, and the company is releasing an iPhone app to improve sound for the The Equalizer 2 movie opening on
Spotify added 8 million paid subscribers in Q2 as battle with Apple Music intensifies
Spotify today released its second earnings report as a public company, disclosing results that were largely in line with expectations as the company seeks to fend off the growing challenge posed by
My father killed my mum and sister – yet media reports made him look like the victim
Until we challenge the idea that men are untouchable, women will continue to be killed.
Israeli cartoonist fired over 'Animal Farm' Netanyahu caricature
PM and allies drawn as pigs in magazine after passing law giving exclusive rights to Jews An Israeli magazine has fired its long-serving cartoonist after he portrayed Benjamin Netanyahu and his allies
CNN reporter banned: Fox joins outcry after exclusion from White House event
Fox News stands ‘in strong solidarity’ after Kaitlan Collins excluded from meeting of Donald Trump and Jean-Claude JunckerA CNN reporter has been excluded by the White House from a press event after
CNN reporter banned from White House event for asking Trump questions
CNN reporter Kaitlan Collins was “dis-invited from the press availability” at a White House event on Wednesday after she asked President Donald Trump questions that he apparently didn’t like.
Ad space available on people's armpits
Japan's Wakino Ad Company is selling ad space on women's underarms for rates starting at 10,000 yen/hour. Their first paid campaign comes from Seishin Biyo Clinic for its armpit hair removal process.
Spotify hits 180M users but loses €394M in tepid Q2 earnings
Spotify is racing to sign up users before Apple Music can, even at the expense of its finances. Spotify’s second quarter as a public company saw mixed performance compared to estimate as it reached 83
A Lawyer Told Us How the Cohen Tapes Could Hurt Trump
The only question is how much dirt the president's old fixer has—and how desperate he is to unleash it.
Australian Media Merger Stirs Fear of ‘Catastrophic’ Deal
Fairfax Media and Nine Entertainment have announced plans to merge to create Australia’s largest integrated media company.