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Chris Matthews: 'Looks Like the Rats Are Leaving' the Trump's 'Titanic'

Chris Matthews: 'Looks Like the Rats Are Leaving' the Trump's 'Titanic'

Monday on MSNBC’s “Hardball,” host Chris Matthews said it looks like special counsel’s Robert Mueller investigation is wrapping up. Matthews said, “It looks like the rats are leaving the ship. It
Apple CEO Tim Cook: Banning 'Hate, Division' Is 'Right Thing to Do'

Apple CEO Tim Cook: Banning 'Hate, Division' Is 'Right Thing to Do'

Apple CEO Tim Cook advocated for censorship of "those who push hate [and] division" across his company's digital platforms.
WhatsApp is now betting on Indian primetime television to fight fake news

WhatsApp is now betting on Indian primetime television to fight fake news

Ahead of India’s next general election, WhatsApp is taking to primetime airwaves to curb misinformation on its platform. Yesterday (Dec. 03), the world’s largest messaging…
Apple reveals App Store’s top apps, games, and entertainment of 2018

Apple reveals App Store’s top apps, games, and entertainment of 2018

Apple showed off its best apps and games of 2018. Donut County won best game, and Procreate Pocket took iPhone app of the year.
Quora reveals data breach that may have impacted 100 million users

Quora reveals data breach that may have impacted 100 million users

Quora has revealed that "some user data" was compromised following "unauthorized access" to one of it systems, impacting up to 100 million users.
Citing No Evidence, Washington Post Says 'Most People' Think Cuba Innocent of Sonic Attacks

Citing No Evidence, Washington Post Says 'Most People' Think Cuba Innocent of Sonic Attacks

The Washington Post published an explanation piece on Monday attempting to clarify the ongoing saga of "Havana syndrome," a series of medical ailments the U.S. State Department has branded "attacks"
Netflix’s strangely specific, hidden search categories

Netflix’s strangely specific, hidden search categories

You might notice, while scrolling through Netflix’s library, that the streaming giant’s video categories go well beyond the broad genres of TV and film like…

Why Facebook and Twitter Aren’t Stopping the Flood of False and Toxic Content

As billions in earnings continue to flow for the corporate titans of social media, so does a tide of false and malicious content across their global networks. This dual phenomenon is no coincidence:
LiveXLive wants to dominate music festival livestreaming

LiveXLive wants to dominate music festival livestreaming

LiveXLive has streamed 350 hours from 16 festivals to more than 40 million viewers in 2018. It will also handle the Rolling Loud Festival in Los Angeles.
CNN Guest Neal Katyal: 'Trump Has Betrayed' the Constitution 'We Bleed' For

CNN Guest Neal Katyal: 'Trump Has Betrayed' the Constitution 'We Bleed' For

Monday on CNN’s “Tonight,” Georgetown professor Neal Katyal said President Donald Trump’s praise of Roger Stone for refusing to testify was a betrayal of the Constitution and the rule of law. Katyal

Verizon takes aim at Tumblr’s kneecaps, bans all adult content

Peter Bright, Ars Technica: Oath, the Verizon subsidiary that owns the Yahoo and AOL digital media brands, has announced that as of December 17, all adult content will be banned from the Tumblr
YouTube rolls out autoplaying (but silent) videos on its mobile app’s homepage

YouTube rolls out autoplaying (but silent) videos on its mobile app’s homepage

YouTube on Monday announced a significant change to its mobile app — it will now autoplay videos by default when users are browsing the app’s home page, aka the “Home” tab. Fortunately, the videos
Why Oath keeps Tumblring

Why Oath keeps Tumblring

I dig on my employer Oath, and then Tencent Music notes and a major loss for the NYC ecosystem and what it means for open source. TechCrunch is experimenting with new content forms. This is a rough
Michael Avenatti Declines to Run for President in 2020

Michael Avenatti Declines to Run for President in 2020

Embattled television attorney Michael Avenatti announced on Tuesday that he will not run for president in 2020.
Images of Jesus and superheroes caught up in Tumblr porn ban

Images of Jesus and superheroes caught up in Tumblr porn ban

Ballet dancers also flagged up as explicit content under blogging website’s new rulesBallet dancers, superheroes and a picture of Christ have all fallen foul of Tumblr’s new pornography ban, after the
Facebook temporarily removes, then restores note criticizing company for its ‘black people problem’

Facebook temporarily removes, then restores note criticizing company for its ‘black people problem’

A post written by former Facebook manager Mark Luckie was erroneously flagged for violating Facebook's community standards.
Facebook schedules F8 2019 for April 30-May 1 in San Jose

Facebook schedules F8 2019 for April 30-May 1 in San Jose

Last year, Facebook was dealing with the fallout from Cambridge Analytica during its two-day annual developer conference. What will next year bring?

Music streaming is fueling vinyl's resurgence

Streaming has been blamed for killing off the CD, but industry experts agree it's helping bolster the growth and quality of another physical music format: vinyl. Since 2015, streaming income has
Joy Behar Calls Meghan McCain 'Entitled Bitch,' Threatens to Quit 'The View'

Joy Behar Calls Meghan McCain 'Entitled Bitch,' Threatens to Quit 'The View'

View co-host Joy Behar called Meghan McCain an "entitled bitch" and threatened to quit if the producers don't "get this bitch under control."

Hulu to top 23 million subscribers by year-end

Hulu will top 23 million subscribers by year-end, according to comments made by Hulu CEO Randy Freer speaking at Business Insider’s Ignition conference this morning. While Freer didn’t state the