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NewsGuard Labels Bogus BuzzFeed Moscow Tower Story 'Trustworthy,' Breitbart Fact Check 'Untrustworthy'
Demonstrating its inability (or unwillingness) to effectively fact check establishment-approved news sources, the neocon-backed and Microsoft partnered NewsGuard news rating service currently presents
Jorge Ramos: US Must Accept Border ‘Nothing More than an Invention’
Univision anchor Jorge Ramos insisted on Tuesday that a border wall will not prevent illegal immigrants and drugs from entering the country and said Americans must accept that the U.S.-Mexico border
Facebook to pull controversial data-collection app for iOS
Hours after reports of a data-collection research app involving teens, Facebook says it will be discontinuing the app on the iOS platforn.
CNN’s Kaczynski Deletes Tweet About Kamala ‘Backtracking’ After Campaign Pushes Back
After getting pushback from Sen. Kamala Harris’s (D-CA) campaign, CNN’s Andrew Kaczynski on Tuesday evening deleted an accurate tweet about how Harris backtracked on her call to “eliminate” private
AT&T’s DirecTV Now is losing the cord cutters
AT&T’s live TV streaming service, DirecTV Now, is not doing so well. Along with AT&T’s fourth-quarter earnings released this morning, the company reported a sizable loss of 267,000 DirecTV Now
Foxconn pulls back on its $10 billion factory commitment
Well that didn’t last long. In 2017, Foxconn announced the largest investment of a foreign company in the United States when it selected Mount Pleasant, Wisconsin for a new manufacturing facility.
Free streaming service Tubi plans to invest $100M+ on content in 2019, expand internationally
Free TV and movie streaming service Tubi is preparing to double down on content acquisitions this year, the company announced this morning. The service today offers over 12,000 movies and TV series,
Nolte: Experts Claim Every Kind of Weather Proves Global Warming Is Fer' Real
America enjoys a winter filled with tons of snow and frigid cold weather and out pops the Climate Hoaxsters to assure this kind of weather only further proves our planet is getting, uhm... warmer.
At 13, Alysa Liu Could be the Dazzling Future of American Figure Skating
Before Alysa Liu, only three American women were able to land a triple axel—one of the most difficult skating moves—in a national competition. Last week, Liu became the first to land two in one
Nolte: Transphobic Fox News Anchor Julie Banderas Accuses Breitbart News of Sexism
Banderas obviously knows that I am the one who wrote the piece, and here she is accusing me of sexism, but the only way she can make that accusation is if she assumes my gender.
DNC Chair Tom Perez Refuses to Condemn Rashida Tlaib, Ilhan Omar for Antisemitism
Democratic National Committee (DNC) chair Tom Perez refused to comment on charges of antisemitism against Democratic members of Congress during an appearance on Fox News' Special Report on Tuesday
Facebook revenue hits $16.9 billion in Q4 2018 despite tumultuous year
Facebook's revenue grew 30 percent year-over-year, while monthly active users and daily active users grew 9 percent each.
The forthcoming WarnerMedia streaming service will be partially supported by ads
In November, AT&T opened up about its plans for its forthcoming WarnerMedia streaming service, which aims to leverage the entertainment properties AT&T gained by way of its Time Warner
Jonah Peretti Cautions Against Leaks in Leaked Audio of BuzzFeed All-Hands Meeting
With BuzzFeed’s latest round of mass layoffs over, CEO Jonah Peretti hosted an all-hands meeting on Wednesday to face questions about his handling of the past week, as well as what the future would
Iranian state TV anchor returns to Tehran after 10 days in US detention
Marzieh Hashemi had been detained in Washington DC as a material witness in an undisclosed federal investigationA US-born anchor for Iran’s state-run Press TV has returned to Iran after 10 days of
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The Criterion Channel streaming service is coming on April 8
The Criterion Collection’s streaming service has a launch date: April 8. The company had previously made its library of classic art-house and international films available through streaming partners —
Death of the private self: how fifteen years of Facebook changed the human condition
In 2004, the social network site was set up to connect people. But now, with lives increasingly played out online, have we forgotten how to be alone?‘Thefacebook is an online directory that connects
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The way Apple is talking about its video service suggests it’s finally on the way
Apple still isn’t ready to talk about its plans to take on Amazon, Netflix, and others in streaming video. But it’s starting to get slightly…
Amazon and Flipkart face uncertainty as India readies new rules for foreign ecommerce companies
Amazon and Walmart have made billions of dollars of investment in India, but new ecommerce laws are changing the playing field.
Hulu announces a new ad unit that appears when you pause
Just to get this out of the way: Yes, Hulu is introducing an ad unit that will show up when you pause a video. But no, the ad won’t be a video. Hulu says it has 25 million subscribers, the majority of