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TikTok owner Bytedance unveils Snapchat clone Duoshan
TikTok parent company Bytedance today announced Duoshan -- an app that borrows a page from Snapchat's playbook -- as it challenges WeChat's hold in China.
Facebook says it will invest $300M in local news
Facebook plans to make a significant investment in local news over the next three years, with $300 million going to a variety of initiatives and organizations. The company has had a rocky relationship
Pandora launches a personalized voice assistant on iOS and Android
Pandora today announced the launch of its own, in-app voice assistant which you can call up at any time by saying “Hey Pandora,” followed by a request to play the music or podcasts you want to hear.
Netflix will raise prices for US subscribers, with its most popular plan going up to $13 per month
Netflix is raising fees for U.S. subscribers in its biggest price increase since the company first launched its streaming service 12 years ago. Depending on your plan, the cost will go up increase by
∞ Thriller: One guitarist, two guitars
[VIDEO] You can't see me, but I am doing the Thriller dance as I listen to this. Fingers crooked, hands curled. Can't help myself.This is a terrific performance of a wonderfully well written song.
Tech & Science
Scarborough: WH Claiming Nobody Has Been Tougher on Russia 'an Absolute Lie'
Tuesday, MSNBC “Morning Joe” host Joe Scarborough responded to various White House members saying nobody has been tougher on Russia than the Trump administration, calling it “an absolute lie.”
Nielsen: 16M U.S. homes now get TV over-the-air, a 48% increase over past 8 years
The number of U.S. households without a traditional cable or satellite TV subscription that instead receive broadcast stations using a digital antenna has jumped by nearly 50 percent over the past 8
At CES 2019, bendy and tiny screens evolved from concepts to exciting tech
The annual Las Vegas trade show often focuses on impractically expensive TVs, but this year, cool display technologies actually became compelling.
Facebook launches its first US podcast with a series focused on entrepreneurship
Everyone has to have a podcast, apparently. Even Facebook . The social network this week launched its second-ever original podcast series, and its first in the U.S. An arm of Facebook’s business
CNN's Joan Walsh: 'Disgusting, ' 'Appalling' That Trump Joked About Melania Making Salad
CNN commentator Joan Walsh melted down Monday, calling it “disgusting” and “appalling” that President Donald Trump joked about Melania Trump making salads for an event at the White House.
John Kasich Signs with CNN as Political Commentator
John Kasich, former Republican Governor of Ohio, and staunch critic of President Donald Trump, will join CNN as a contributor, a new report says.
Nolte: Facebook Pays $300 Million in Protection Money to Gangster Media
This $300 million is pure shakedown money, protection money, a plea from Facebook to not have another one of the media's figurative bricks come through store window.
CNN Analyst Accuses Black SiriusXM Host David Webb of 'White Privilege'
CNN legal analyst Areva Martin accused Sirius XM Patriot 125 host David Webb of "white privilege" during a debate on his radio program on Monday morning. Webb informed Martin that he is, in fact,
Netflix to raise US prices for first time since 2017
Subscriptions to rise by 13% to 18%Wall Street welcomes move, with stocks rising up to 6.8%Netflix is to raise its US prices for the first time since 2017, a move designed to alleviate a large,
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Roku explains why it allowed Infowars on its platform
Roku has just made a bad decision with regard to its growing advertising business by associating its brand with the toxic conspiracy theorist, Alex Jones. As Digiday first reported this morning, Roku
Netflix raises U.S. subscription prices by up to 18%
Netflix is raising monthly fees for its U.S. subscribers by up to 18 percent, the video streaming pioneer's first price increase since 2017.
Media loses its grip on reality, actually fact-checks claim that White House burgers were piled up a 'mile high'
The media has apparently lost its collective mind over President Donald Trump's decision to serve fast food at a Monday night celebration at the White House. The Washington Post actually went so far
Nolte: CNN Hiring John Kasich Is Another Never Trump Payoff
What I see is a big political payoff, not only a direct payoff to Kasich, but a way to send a message to other Republicans that there is an incentive to sell out.
Is it time to quit your ambitious job?
Adam Moss, the editor of New York magazine for 15 years, announced today (Jan. 15) that he would be stepping down from his post in…
WordPress announces a toolkit to kickstart small to mid-sized newsrooms
WordPress, the open source CMS that powers nearly one-third of the web, is now looking to streamline newsrooms around the world. In 2019, we’ll see a new commitment to small and medium-sized