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Facebook plans European AI investment and digital training programs amid growing regulatory scrutiny

Facebook plans European AI investment and digital training programs amid growing regulatory scrutiny

Trying once again to rehabilitate its reputation in Europe, Facebook today announced a wide-ranging training program to help small businesses and provide individuals with critical digital skills. In
Facebook expands ‘Community Boost’ digital skills training program to Europe

Facebook expands ‘Community Boost’ digital skills training program to Europe

Facebook has announced it’s expanding a free training program that teaches Internet-skills, media literacy and online safety to Europe. It says its “ambition” is to train 300,000 people across six EU
Elliot Schrage on Facebook backlash: ‘We have not done as good a job as we need to do’

Elliot Schrage on Facebook backlash: ‘We have not done as good a job as we need to do’

As Facebook faces a growing wave of criticism across a wide range of issues, the person in charge of crafting the company’s communications strategy wants you to know that executives understand they’ve
Call for pitches: Economic Policy

Call for pitches: Economic Policy

ThinkProgress is looking for freelance pitches on the real world impacts of economic policy on the everyday lives of Americans. The decisions made by lawmakers on issues like tax credits, the minimum

Disney hires Apple veteran to launch its Netflix killer

Variety: Disney announced last summer that it plans to launch an ESPN-branded direct-to-consumer offering early this year, followed by a Disney-branded service in 2019. To power the service, Disney
Vungle launches self-service ad platform despite CEO turmoil

Vungle launches self-service ad platform despite CEO turmoil

Vungle has had a rocky few months. The mobile video ad company was thrown into crisis in October when its founder and CEO, Zain Jaffer, left after being arrested on charges that he sexually assaulted

Microsoft unveils Windows 10 S laptops starting at $189 and new Office 365 tools for students

Microsoft today unveiled new Windows 10 S devices from Lenovo and JP, starting at $189, aimed at the education market. The company also announced new Office 365 learning tools for students. The news

∞ iPhone X ad: “I am the greatest”

[VIDEO] This iPhone X ad (embedded in the main Loop post) reached back in time, editing together snippets from a comedy album Muhammad Ali created early on in his professional boxing career, before he

∞ Woman runs through landscape of iconic album covers in Pandora ad

This ad (embedded in the main Loop post) ran last year, but I just encountered it this weekend, thought it worth sharing.I feel like the days of iconic album covers are all in the past. It's not that

Here’s how much coverage the major networks gave the March for Life and the Women’s March

Major television networks spent just 2 minutes and 6 seconds covering the 45th annual March for Life on Friday during their evening broadcasts, according to…

Ruth Bader Ginsburg Shares Her #MeToo Moments

The #MeToo movement can add another powerful name among its supporters: Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Speaking from the Sundance Film Festival on Sunday, the 84-year-old justice, who
A white guy allegedly detonated 2 IEDs at a mall and the pro-Trump media shrugged

A white guy allegedly detonated 2 IEDs at a mall and the pro-Trump media shrugged

On Sunday evening, a man allegedly planted two improvised explosive devices (IEDs) at the Eagle Ridge Mall in Lake Wales, Florida. The police are looking for a person of interest in connection with

Former CBS anchor Dan Rather has a new news program

Longtime former CBS News anchor Dan Rather, who fell from grace after he was duped by fake documents allegedly pertaining to former president George W. Bush’s…
YouTube TV and Hulu Live TV now have hundreds of thousands of subscribers, says report

YouTube TV and Hulu Live TV now have hundreds of thousands of subscribers, says report

Hulu and YouTube are battling for subscribers for their respective live TV streaming services, according to a CNBC report out this morning, which says that Hulu Live has grown to 450,000 paying
Facebook Slowly Realizing It Might Be Ruining Democracy

Facebook Slowly Realizing It Might Be Ruining Democracy

If you were even semi-conscious during the last two years, you’ll know that social media can wreak havoc on a functioning democracy. Facebook is finally admitting that it’s part of the problem.

Cable News Has Basically Ignored the Massive Sexual Abuse Scandal Rocking US Gymnastics

Since last Tuesday, nearly 100 women have confronted Larry Nassar, formerly a team doctor for USA Gymnastics and a doctor at Michigan State University’s sports medicine clinic who has pled guilty to
Rupert Murdoch wants Facebook to pay publishers, which is adorable

Rupert Murdoch wants Facebook to pay publishers, which is adorable

Should Twitter pay me for my tweets? Sure! I post great stuff, which is why people go on Twitter — to find great stuff. I, and everyone else who post good stuff, should get paid. Is Twitter going to
Apple debuts a dashboard for artists that tracks both streams and purchases

Apple debuts a dashboard for artists that tracks both streams and purchases

Apple today launched a new dashboard that will allow artists on Apple Music to track fans’ listening and buying habits and view a variety of analytics about their music, according to Billboard, which
Facebook: we were too slow to recognise our 'corrosive' effect on democracy

Facebook: we were too slow to recognise our 'corrosive' effect on democracy

Social network hiring 10,000 more staff to combat spread of fake news, and harassment use of Facebook as a weapon in ‘cyberwar’ Facebook has admitted to being “too slow to recognise” Russian election
Android 8.1 Oreo now shows public Wi-Fi network speeds before you connect

Android 8.1 Oreo now shows public Wi-Fi network speeds before you connect

Google started rolling out Android 8.1 Oreo in December 2017. One feature, however, was only turned on today: Wi-Fi connection speeds under the names of public networks. Mobile devices already show