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Human Curation Is Back

by Jean-Louis Gassée

The limitations of algorithmic curation of news and culture has prompted a return to the use of actual humans to select, edit,

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Monday Note

by Frédéric FillouxForget the 70-30 split for subscription between publishers and distributors. Today, for publishers, the new norm is a 100%-70%

"La Roja" llegó con la Copa América a La Moneda

Postales de un triunfo: http://t.co/kRVy0ZFRb1

Curar es subrayar y compartir lo subrayado. Curar es aprender de otros

“Entre la múltiple enumeración de los derechos del hombre que la sabiduría del siglo XIX recomienda tan a menudo y tan complacientemente, dos muy

Google is working on a mysterious new product that could be a new Google Glass

The Federal Communications Commission last week approved a mysterious new Google device that is known only as "GG1."

Many times, FCC documents will indicate what kind of device is receiving approval, but in this case Google asked for, and got, approval for confidentiality.

The new device sports WiFi, …


Chile campeón de la Copa América 2015 • Todos Los Goles •

Greeks begin voting in referendum as the euro faces its biggest challenge

Greeks have begun voting in a referendum that presents the biggest challenge to the euro since its adoption, and risks sending shockwaves through the world’s financial markets.

Casting his ballot in the central Athens district of Kypseli, the country’s prime minister, Alexis Tsipras, called the …


Pope Francis’ Visit to Latin America Will Test His Ability to Keep Catholics in the Fold

QUITO, Ecuador — Pope Francis has turned heads with bold stands on climate change and income inequality. He helped broker a historic thaw between the United States and Cuba. He has shaken up the stodgy brand of the Roman Catholic Church.

But for all his forays into international diplomacy and …

Latin America

23 books we’ve loved so far this year

Summer reading is the G-spot of American publishing — much rumored, never verified. Yet the excitement inspired by the idea of summer reading remains strong, linked to all kinds of halcyon fantasies: This July, we’ll finally get in shape; we’ll leave the laptop at home; we’ll catch up on Karl Ove …


Uber Chile en Twitter

Vamos Chile ! Grita Fuerte! pic.twitter.com/4sRhAi6PRd


Algorithms are coming to Twitter: Here's how it can avoid becoming Facebook

Like other long-time users -- particularly in media -- I enjoy Twitter the way it is. Yes, it took work to build the community of newsgatherers, …


Tech and tourism: 11 people changing the way we travel

(CNN) —There's never been a better time to be a tourist.

Whether it's a cool new app helping find the best flight deal or a website to help book an authentic meal in a stranger's home in a foreign city, travel tech has made it easier than ever to make the most of your time away from home.

And it's …

Hilton Worldwide

#RedditRevolt, ¿la primera huelga online masiva de la historia?

Hace poco celebraban su décimo cumpleaños presumiendo de que son, indiscutiblemente, la portada de Internet. Con 172 millones de usuarios únicos al …

“Twitter no es tan útil para generar votantes. Facebook sí. Ahí están todos”

Ganar en las redes sociales no significa tener una elección ganada".

Los mitos y verdades de la campaña en redes sociales de Obama en 2012, fue el …

Taller de Convergencia Medial 2015

Busco alumnos de la Universidad Católica. Estudiantes de Ingeniería, Diseño o Comunicaciones. En el primer semestre del 2015 nuevamente lo haremos en …

Jorge Contesse on Twitter

Chile vs. Argentina, Times Square. (foto de Rodrigo Polanco) pic.twitter.com/xeQkIxwlsd

Times Square

It's pretty impressive that I can take a @uber everywhere I go in my world trip: Sydney, Beijing, Cape Town, ... http://t.co/zWayKgh8H8

The bold and the beautiful

The secret of photographing Hollywood stars is not to put them on a pedestal, says George Holz, whose new book of portraits shows how it’s done

Today, it’s a stylish coffee shop feted for its almond croissants, but in the late Eighties the ground floor of 400 Lafayette Street, New York City, was the …


Forget killer apps, start thinking about killer context

Stop looking for the killer app. When it comes to the Internet of things, context is where the value is.

During the Internet’s early days, email is what got many people online. It became the first “killer app” of the era and an inspiration for companies looking to develop the next must-use service …


Apple Music review: by music lovers for music lovers

Apple Music is hoping its human touch will have millions switching over from Spotify. Rhiannon Williams investigates

Apple Music is here, following weeks of Taylor Swift melodrama, last-minute contact negotiations and a whole lot of hype.

I first got to take a look at Apple Music the day it was …

Music (UK)

Las aplicaciones para tener entretenimiento a bordo de los aviones de LAN Argentina

LAN está lanzando en estos días finalmente, y luego de pruebas en distintos aviones en los últimos meses, su sistema de entretenimiento a bordo de …

Facebook and Google are winning the app war

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Smartphone users spend more time with apps they've installed from Facebook and Google than with any other company, according to new research published today by Forrester.

The company surveyed 2,000 smartphone owners between October and December 2014 to find out which apps they were using …


Is Android the New Windows?

A version of this essay was originally published at Tech.pinions, a website dedicated to informed opinions, insight and perspective on the tech industry.

For most of my career as a PC analyst, I have followed and chronicled the evolution of the PC. My first project when I came to Creative Strategies …

Microsoft Windows

Calm down and rock on; Apple isn’t adding DRM to your music

No, you won’t lose all your DRM-free iTunes music. At least, not without deleting your actual files and not having a backup. Apple isn’t adding DRM to your iTunes files, either.

The reality here is that Apple will not automatically remove any iTunes music files you own on your computer and replace …

Apple Music