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Microsoft confirms Skype for Web does not work in Safari, Firefox, and Opera

Microsoft confirms Skype for Web does not work in Safari, Firefox, and Opera

Microsoft says it decided to "prioritize" bringing Skype to Web on Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome "based on customer value.”
Mueller Report Goes on Pre-Sale as Vendors, Readers Await Release

Mueller Report Goes on Pre-Sale as Vendors, Readers Await Release

Mueller's report has not yet been released, and perhaps not even finalized, but it is already on sale at least two major online retailers.
The EU’s plan to rein in Facebook and Google will do exactly the opposite | Carlos Fernandes

The EU’s plan to rein in Facebook and Google will do exactly the opposite | Carlos Fernandes

The proposed shake-up to copyright law will only entrench the dominance of tech giants. There are other, better waysThe growth of the internet and user-generated content in the past 15 years has been
New Film Shows How Bellingcat Cracks the Web's Toughest Cases

New Film Shows How Bellingcat Cracks the Web's Toughest Cases

*Truth in a Post Truth World* takes a closer look at a team of remarkably resourceful investigative journalists.
Ex-Sessions Spox Sarah Isgur Will Be CNN Analyst, Not Editor, After Outcry

Ex-Sessions Spox Sarah Isgur Will Be CNN Analyst, Not Editor, After Outcry

Sarah Isgur, A former spokeswoman for Attorney General Jeff Sessions, was assigned to another role at CNN following a backlash over her hiring as a political editor.

Media Misses: Media Ignores Ilhan Omar’s Anti-Semitic Comments

Rep. Ilhan Omar, a Democrat from Minnesota, stirred controversy again with an anti-Semitic tirade last week, declaring to a packed audience, “I want to talk... Read More The post Media Misses: Media
Jeffrey Katzenberg’s vision for the future of TV is snackable movies

Jeffrey Katzenberg’s vision for the future of TV is snackable movies

The Quibi platform he’s working on will offer movies developed to be watched in eight-minute segments over smartphones.
Fox News reporter who was blocked on Stormy Daniels story demands network allow her to speak about it

Fox News reporter who was blocked on Stormy Daniels story demands network allow her to speak about it

On Friday, Jane Mayer reported that Diana Falzone, the Fox News journalist who reportedly tried to break the news of President Donald Trump’s hush payments to porn star Stormy Daniels during the 2016
Amy Webb highlights over 300 tech trends in annual report

Amy Webb highlights over 300 tech trends in annual report

The Future Today Institute and director Amy Webb released the 2019 Tech Trends Report today at SXSW in Austin.
Culture Secretary: Amazon, Netflix Could Be Forced to 'Represent Full Diversity of UK' Like BBC

Culture Secretary: Amazon, Netflix Could Be Forced to 'Represent Full Diversity of UK' Like BBC

British Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Jeremy Wright appeared to threaten heavier regulation of streaming services like Amazon Prime and Netflix to "encourage" them to
Defense Attorney: Jussie Smollett a Victim of a 'Media Gangbang'

Defense Attorney: Jussie Smollett a Victim of a 'Media Gangbang'

Jussie Smollett's defense attorney Mark Geragos appeared on CNN Friday and declared on air that Smollett is the victim of a "media gangbang."
New York Times Columnist Thomas Friedman: Ilhan Omar Is a ‘Bridge-Destroyer’

New York Times Columnist Thomas Friedman: Ilhan Omar Is a ‘Bridge-Destroyer’

New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman told CNN's ‘Smerconish’ on Saturday that Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) did nothing to build bridges with Jews and Muslims after her recent antisemitic comments.
Airlines, Hotels and Other Brands Are Tired of Paying Google for Their Own Names

Airlines, Hotels and Other Brands Are Tired of Paying Google for Their Own Names

Google risks alienating users if it doesn't deliver the best results. As it seeks to maximize revenue on search results the "best results" aren't always what would be best for users. -Jason Clampet
'Daily Show' Host Trevor Noah Discusses Changes to the Media Landscape in the Trump Era

'Daily Show' Host Trevor Noah Discusses Changes to the Media Landscape in the Trump Era

The political commentator explained how 'The Daily Show' intends on covering the 2020 presidential race during such a turbulent time in American politics.
Covington Student Lawyer L. Lin Wood: CNN to Be Sued for More Than $250 Million for 'Vicious,' 'Direct Attacks'

Covington Student Lawyer L. Lin Wood: CNN to Be Sued for More Than $250 Million for 'Vicious,' 'Direct Attacks'

In a clip of an interview set to air on Sunday’s 10 p.m. ET broadcast of Fox News Channel’s “Life, Liberty & Levin,” L. Lin Wood, the lawyer for Covington Catholic High School student Nick
Donald Trump: Ann Coulter 'Wacky Nut Job' for Border Wall Criticism

Donald Trump: Ann Coulter 'Wacky Nut Job' for Border Wall Criticism

President Donald Trump on Saturday referred to prominent conservative author Ann Coulter as a “Wacky Nut Job” following months of criticism she has directed at him regarding the lack of progress
Jeff Zucker: Trump Was Behind Appeal to Kill AT&T-Time Warner Merger

Jeff Zucker: Trump Was Behind Appeal to Kill AT&T-Time Warner Merger

Appearing at SXSW on Saturday, CNN president Jeff Zucker accused President Donald Trump of instigating a Justice Department lawsuit to block AT&T's mega-merger with parent company Time Warner.
Elizabeth Warren is right – we must break up Facebook, Google and Amazon | Robert Reich

Elizabeth Warren is right – we must break up Facebook, Google and Amazon | Robert Reich

The titans of the new Gilded Age must be busted and the idea has bipartisan support. It’s time big tech was brought to heelThe presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren she wants to bust up giants like
Xbox ousts PlayStation to dominate game industry TV spend in February

Xbox ousts PlayStation to dominate game industry TV spend in February

Spending picked up in February with an estimated total of $41.6 million spent on TV commercials by gaming brands, with Xbox leading.
A lesson Oprah learned in the 1980s could help Facebook and Twitter today

A lesson Oprah learned in the 1980s could help Facebook and Twitter today

Winfrey learned to not let her platform get hijacked by hate.