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Facebook is a big obstacle to averting climate catastrophe, scientists say
“When it comes to efforts to avert catastrophic climate change, Facebook is no ally. They are an enemy.” Those are the sobering words of leading climatologist Michael Mann in the wake of Facebook’s
Delane Parnell’s plan to conquer amateur esports
Most of the buzz about esports focuses on high-profile professional teams and audiences watching live streams of those professionals. What gets ignored is the entire base of amateurs wanting to
Dropbox increases Plus plan to 2TB for $12 per month, adds Rewind and Smart Sync
Dropbox has doubled the storage space for its Plus users from 1TB to 2TB, added Rewind and Smart Sync features, and increased the price to $12 per month.
Pollak: Media Ignored Obama, Biden Criticizing Opponents Abroad
The outrage over Trump's insult to Joe Biden is the latest example of the media and the opposition re-discovering principles they conveniently shelved for the eight years of Barack Obama's presidency.
Netflix says it would ‘rethink’ filming in Georgia if abortion law takes effect
Netflix’s chief content officer Ted Sarandos said the streaming service (which is spending billions of dollars on an ever-growing catalog of original content) will “rethink [its] whole investment in
The New York Times just isn't up to the Trump-era challenge
Two years ago when The New York Times eliminated its public editor position after the ombudsman wrote two tough critiques of the paper's "timid" Russia hacking coverage in 2016, executives at the
Alan Dershowitz: 'Shame on Mueller,' He 'Has Revealed His Partisan Bias'
Alan Dershowitz described Robert Mueller's statement as a "political gift" for Democrats "seeking to institute impeachment proceedings."
The press wonders aloud why progressives don't like them
One of the greatest myths which permeates politics, and is the source of constant struggle for Democrats and people working on progressive causes, is the idea the press has a liberal agenda. Since at
Microsoft releases new Windows 10 preview with Your Phone improvements
Microsoft has released Windows 10 build 18908 from the 20H1 branch with Your Phone improvements, plus the usual bug fixes.
Julian Assange too ill to appear in court via video link, lawyers say
Hearing is latest stage in possible extradition of WikiLeaks founder to US Julian Assange was too ill to appear by video link for the latest hearing in relation to his possible extradition to the US,
Netflix to raise prices for UK subscribers by up to 20%
Streaming firm says increases will let it spend more on shows as it looks to see off Disney+Netflix is to raise prices for UK subscribers by up to 20% as it looks to invest more in programmes ahead of
Medivis gets FDA approval for its augmented reality surgical planning toolkit
Augmented reality is coming to the operating room theater sooner than anyone may have predicted. Medivis, which launched its product suite earlier this year, has now received approvals from the Food
Inside the Apple team that decides which apps get on iPhones
Mark Gurman, Bloomberg, in an interview with Phillip Shoemaker, who ran app reviews from 2009 to 2016: App reviewers worked in small conference rooms with Macs, iPhones, and iPads to test
Tech & Science
Joseph Gordon-Levitt: HitRecord is ‘GitHub for creativity’
VentureBeat spoke with HitRecord cofounders Jared Geller and Joseph Gordon-Levitt at Collision 2019. "It's like GitHub for creativity," says Gordon-Levitt.
BBC blames 5G data caps and ‘bizarre’ issues for live broadcast flops
Two BBC live 5G video broadcasts were messed up in different ways today, and the broadcaster is blaming 5G network and data cap problems for the issues.
NBC targets millennials with launch of a new streaming news service
NBC’s new digital streaming news network, NBC News Now, has officially launched. The service offers viewers 8 hours of continuous daily programming from 3 PM to 11 PM on weekdays. Its goal is to
Soona raises $1.2M for quick, affordable content creation
Businesses have to keep the content flowing on social media, so a startup called soona says it’s developed a new way to provide all the photos and videos they need. The company was founded by CEO
NBC's Todd: Last Dilemma Like This for Democrats Was the Iraq War Vote
Thursday on NBC’s “Today,” network host Chuck Todd weighed in on the state of the Democratic Party after FBI special counsel Robert Mueller gave a statement that reiterated his findings in the Russia
Fact Check: No, Trump Did Not Admit Russia Helped Him Get Elected
The mainstream media and the political left are celebrating what they are describing as an admission by President Donald Trump that Russia helped him win the 2016 presidential election.
Alibaba pumps $100 million into Vmate to grow its video app in India
Chinese tech giant Alibaba is doubling down on India’s burgeoning video market, looking to fight back local rival ByteDance, Google and Disney to gain its foothold in the nation. The company said