More than 10 years after Steve Jobs announced the original iPhone in San Francisco, Apple is preparing for another landmark event. Some things will be different. Tim Cook will be on stage, and the location
The @YesYoureRacist Twitter account is leading the way. If the white nationalists and supremacists at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., were looking to be noticed, mission accomplished.
President Trump is attacking the Senate for his own failures—and after Charlottesville, senators may realize the damage they’re inflicting on their own party by standing by him. President Trump made two
Get familiar with the Great 78 Project New York’s ARChive of Contemporary Music (ARC) has been preserving audiovisual materials since 1985, and a little over a year ago, it partnered with the Internet
Last week, 336 Twitter employees were laid off. Now Dorsey hopes to "reinvest directly in our people." Twitter Inc Chief Executive and co-founder Jack Dorsey said he is giving a third of his stock in company,
Not everyone's on-board with YouTube's new paid subscription option. In the wake of this week's announcement, ESPN has begun pulling its videos off YouTube, as a result of a rights conflict with YouTube's
Facebook is ready to challenge Google and Twitter for control of real-time news search and the news itself. Starting today with a rollout to US English language users, Facebook Search will return anything
Slowly but surely, the Instagram team is building a suite of apps to help you be more creative on its photo and video-sharing platform. Following Hyperlapse and Layout, we've now got Boomerang, an app
(CNN) — It is 10 o'clock. Do you know where your children are? A decade ago, if your answer to that question was, "Yes, at home," you felt comfortable that your children were in a safe and secure place.
Twitter’s epic bust up with developers several years ago was one of the bigger bumps in the company’s rocky history, so now, as the social media company is working to reboot the business under new CEO
Twitter has introduced a new way for people to express their opinions — through native polling. The polling option, which is rolling out today, means that soon anyone on iOS, Android, and on Twitter.com
Red has the potential to dominate the industry "We believe in the advertising business." YouTube's pay per channel and donation systems were a flop YouTube risks replicating the dynamics of today’s streaming
Amazon's Jay Carney, a former journalist, takes the gloves off. It took several months, but Amazon is taking the gloves off in its fight against the New York Times and the paper’s stinging summer report
Yes, we know you're supposed to get seven to eight hours of sleep a night. Here's what to do when you don't. My wife and I are new parents. (Yay!) That means we get--no joke--maybe 50 percent as much as
Photo by Andrew Nguyen Too many people limit their happiness and success by assuming that taking time off from work will send a negative message to their manager and slow their career advancement. But
On Twitter, not every tweet is gold, and the hunt for those tweets takes time. Twitter users have to scroll through many subpar tweets to find the ones that are breaking news or making a good quip. Now