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Teens Are Over Face-to-Face Communication, Study Says

Teens Are Over Face-to-Face Communication, Study Says

A new survey from Common Sense quizzes teenagers on their usage of technology, particularly social media
Teens Are Over Face-to-Face Communication, Study Says

Teens Are Over Face-to-Face Communication, Study Says

A new survey from Common Sense quizzes teenagers on their usage of technology, particularly social media
WhatsApp launches for KaiOS-powered JioPhone devices in India

WhatsApp launches for KaiOS-powered JioPhone devices in India

WhatsApp is is now available for JioPhone devices in India, which run on the Linux-based mobile operating system KaiOS. The Facebook-owned messaging app has been available for iOS and Android device
Location data is the intelligence your CRM is missing (VB Live)

Location data is the intelligence your CRM is missing (VB Live)

VB LIVE: Location data and intelligence is key to reaching customers when and where their hearts, minds, and wallets are ready to be captured. Learn how foot traffic patterns, location visits,

Hoodline raises $10M for its hyper-local, automated data newswire

While many lament the death of local news, a small army of tech startups has been developing a new set of tools to figure out how to save it. In one of the latest developments, Hoodline — which has

6 Denials of Claims in Woodward’s Trump Book Before Its Release

Denials and denunciations stacked up days before the formal release Tuesday of legendary investigative reporter Bob Woodward’s book “Fear: Trump in the White House.” So... Read More The post 6 Denials
Sanders tried to explain why the DOJ should investigate the New York Times. It was a mess.

Sanders tried to explain why the DOJ should investigate the New York Times. It was a mess.

During Monday’s press briefing — the first the White House has held this month — Press Secretary Sarah Sanders tried to justify President Trump’s call for the Department of Justice to investigate the
Academic publishing is a mess and it makes culture wars dumber

Academic publishing is a mess and it makes culture wars dumber

In 1996, physicist Alan Sokal suspected that cultural studies lacked academic rigor. So he wrote an intentionally nonsensical paper, Transgressing the Boundaries: Towards a Transformative Hermeneutics

Fake news? Houston Chronicle investigating reporter who may have made up sources and quotes

Mainstream media outlets often take serious offense to questions about the honesty and accuracy of their reporting, particularly when they come from the president of…
'Repugnant, racist': News Corp cartoon on Serena Williams condemned

'Repugnant, racist': News Corp cartoon on Serena Williams condemned

JK Rowling and daughter of Martin Luther King Jr criticise cartoonist Mark Knight’s caricature of tennis star News Corp has come under global condemnation for publishing a racist, sexist cartoon
Copyright takedown notices are completely Baroque-en

Copyright takedown notices are completely Baroque-en

Johann Christian Bach died about 300 years ago. As with any great classical composer, his legacy endures, and today his work is reinterpreted by a new generation of musicians and performers. James

Top Cancer Researcher Fails to Disclose Corporate Financial Ties in Major Research Journals

This story was originally co-published by ProPublica and the New York Times. One of the world’s top breast cancer doctors failed to disclose millions of dollars in payments from drug and health care

Joe Scarborough says Trump has been worse for America than 9/11 attacks were

MSNBC host Joe Scarborough said that President Donald Trump and his policies have hurt the U.S. far more than the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks did.…
Streamer DrDisRespect claims someone shot at his house during a broadcast

Streamer DrDisRespect claims someone shot at his house during a broadcast

During a livestream today, popular Twitch broadcaster DrDisRespect abruptly ended his session after breaking character to tell viewers that someone had shot at his house and broke an upstairs window.
Google’s Dion Almaer and Ben Galbraith on the importance of performance and getting the web ‘off thread’

Google’s Dion Almaer and Ben Galbraith on the importance of performance and getting the web ‘off thread’

The latest version of Google Chrome arrived last week with a redesign and a slew of new features, days after the browser had turned 10 years old. The week before, I happened to be at Pluralsight Live
Plex Cloud will shut down on November 30th

Plex Cloud will shut down on November 30th

It can be inconvenient to keep all your media stored locally, and there are plenty of cloud services that will save a few terabytes of data for a low monthly fee. Plex Cloud was designed to take

How to Know Which Video Channels and Platforms Are Still Relevant for Consumers

How to know what video channels and platforms are still relevant for consumers.
Facebook’s idea of ‘fact-checking’: Censoring ThinkProgress because conservative site told them to

Facebook’s idea of ‘fact-checking’: Censoring ThinkProgress because conservative site told them to

Last year, Facebook announced that it would partner with The Weekly Standard, a conservative magazine, to “fact check” news articles that are shared on Facebook. At the time, ThinkProgress expressed

Gawker is relaunching in early 2019

After a two-year hiatus, Gawker is coming back. Peter Thiel, be damned. Bustle-owner Bryan Goldberg, who paid $1.35 million for rights to the defunct gossip site in a bankruptcy auction in July, wrote
Plex Cloud will shut down November 30 due to technical challenges

Plex Cloud will shut down November 30 due to technical challenges

Plex today announced it’s shutting down its troubled Plex Cloud service, via a forum post that hasn’t found its way over to the company’s official blog — likely a choice the company made in order to