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Sonos goes public: “Our strategy remains unchanged”

Sonos goes public: “Our strategy remains unchanged”

Today we had a chat with Sonos VP of Software Antoine Leblond about the company going public. Sonos launched today on Nasdaq with stock symbol SONO, as it did so becoming a public company for the
Acosta: I’m tired of the White House calling us enemies of the people — and maybe we reporters should chant about it

Acosta: I’m tired of the White House calling us enemies of the people — and maybe we reporters should chant about it

"I'm tired of this!" The post Acosta: I’m tired of the White House calling us enemies of the people — and maybe we reporters should chant about it appeared first on Hot Air.
Google Maps is now a globe — just zoom out

Google Maps is now a globe — just zoom out

Google Maps has a new 3D globe mode. Just zoom out on the desktop version of Google Maps and you'll be presented with a sphere instead of a plane visual representation of the Earth.
Donald Trump: ‘Fake, Fake Disgusting News’ Can Make Anything Look Bad

Donald Trump: ‘Fake, Fake Disgusting News’ Can Make Anything Look Bad

“They can make anything bad because they are the fake, fake disgusting news,” Trump said.

Sanders refuses to say press is not 'enemy of the people' – video

The White House press secretary refused to say the 'press is not the enemy of the people', in a heated exchange with CNN journalist Jim Acosta, as relations between the Trump administration and parts
'Enemy of the people': Sanders refuses to disavow Trump's claim about media

'Enemy of the people': Sanders refuses to disavow Trump's claim about media

Press secretary would not give her view about the media in a heated exchange with CNN journalist Jim AcostaWhite House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders has refused to back away from US president

In Italy, a Right-Wing Spin Doctor Repents

How Silvio Berlusconi’s top propagandist become one of Matteo Salvini’s toughest critics.
Did the New York Times Hire a Racist? Lessons of the Sarah Jeong Saga

Did the New York Times Hire a Racist? Lessons of the Sarah Jeong Saga

On today's Internet, there's little room for honest debate.
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'Fake, fake, disgusting news': Trump launches new broadside against media - video

'Fake, fake, disgusting news': Trump launches new broadside against media - video

In the US president's latest attack on news organisations, he calls journalists 'horrible, horrendous people'. Speaking at a rally for a Republican candidate for the Senate, he spent more than 15
Brussels in EU-wide drive to combat voter manipulation online

Brussels in EU-wide drive to combat voter manipulation online

Initiative will coordinate efforts to tackle fake news and misuse of personal dataBrussels is to launch an EU-wide initiative to combat voter manipulation through social media, as concerns grow about
'Disgusting news': Donald Trump whips up crowd anger as he vilifies media

'Disgusting news': Donald Trump whips up crowd anger as he vilifies media

President was campaigning for Senate candidate but continued his increasingly alarming verbal vendetta Donald Trump ramped up his attack on the media on Thursday night, criticizing the press as “fake,
Freed From a Gilded Cage, a Famed Saudi Investor Returns to the Markets

Freed From a Gilded Cage, a Famed Saudi Investor Returns to the Markets

Prince Alwaleed bin Talal announced a $270 million transaction with the French music-streaming company Deezer on Thursday. It was his first big deal since he was released from custody after what Saudi
Portal offers an easy way to pay creators for their content

Portal offers an easy way to pay creators for their content

Portal founder Jonathan Swerdlin is just the latest media pundit to point to advertising as the root cause of the industry’s problems. But he’s not content to diagnose the illness — he thinks he’s
Hydrus VR records cinema-quality 8K virtual reality videos underwater

Hydrus VR records cinema-quality 8K virtual reality videos underwater

If you love oceanic videography, you're going to love Hydrus VR, a submersible 8K virtual reality video system designed for professional filmmakers. The unit uses a total of 10 cameras to capture 8K,
ProBeat: Look beneath the Surface Go

ProBeat: Look beneath the Surface Go

OPINION: Reviews of Microsoft’s Surface Go came out yesterday, and the results were mixed. There are a few reasons why that isn’t bad news for Microsoft, but the main explanation comes down to the
'Just use cat videos': New York Times boss wants Facebook to cut out news

'Just use cat videos': New York Times boss wants Facebook to cut out news

Mark Thompson says site’s attempts to rank news outlets sounds like ‘controlled society’Facebook should consider completely removing news from users’ feeds unless it can find a way to avoid
UN condemns Mexico over tortured reporter case and calls for action to keep journalists safe

UN condemns Mexico over tortured reporter case and calls for action to keep journalists safe

Ruling was the council’s first against Mexico, which has become one of the most dangerous countries for media workersThe UN human rights council has rebuked Mexico for failing to protect its
White House Reporters Warn Huckabee Sanders She Harming America And It’s Selling Like Fucking Hotcakes

White House Reporters Warn Huckabee Sanders She Harming America And It’s Selling Like Fucking Hotcakes

WASHINGTON—In a statement intended to send a strong message to the White House press secretary in response to her controversial and adversarial remarks regarding the media, press corps reporters
GamesBeat Decides 90: Wait — how many songs mention Colin Kaepernick?

GamesBeat Decides 90: Wait — how many songs mention Colin Kaepernick?

It’s time for another GamesBeat Decides podcast. This week, PC gaming editor Jeffrey Grubb and reviews editor Mike Minotti get together to talk about some games and the news. On this episode, the crew