Streaming video is still a relatively young technology, but most of us can no longer imagine sticking a disc into a DVD player. Yes, some of us still enjoy our Redbox rentals, and Blu-ray still offers
Jude Gomila, who previously sold his mobile advertising company Heyzap to RNTS Media, is taking on a new challenge — building a “knowledge base” that can fill in Wikipedia’s blind spots, particularly it
Apparently mistaking itself for a stand-up comic — or perhaps a granite-and-mortar version of Suze Orman — JPMorgan Chase took to Twitter on Monday to offer customers some jokey personal finance advice.
Why Won’t Twitter Treat White Supremacy Like ISIS? Because It Would Mean Banning Some Republican Politicians Too.
A Twitter employee who works on machine learning believes that a proactive, algorithmic solution to white supremacy would also catch Republican politicians. At a Twitter all-hands meeting on March 22,
Echo in the Canyon, a new documentary about Los Angeles’ Laurel Canyon and the music from the mid-1960s, will be releasing a soundtrack featuring music by Cat Power, Fiona Apple, Jakob Dylan, Beck, Eric
The eyewear industry, dominated by a handful of major players bent on stifling competition, is ripe for disruption. It turns out that a number of ambitious start-ups are seeking to do just that, with being
Warner Bros. is “freaking out” over its hit Harry Potter movie franchise’s connection to Johnny Depp after Amber Heard‘s new court documents described in painstaking detail how he allegedly beat, choked
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Zain Qaiser, a member of an organized Russian-speaking cyber gang, responsible for “one of the most successful and closely guarded pieces of malicious software ever developed by the cybercrime community,”
Andrew McGillBlockedUnblockFollowFollowing Nov 15, 2017 Every so often on The Atlantic’s Product team, we drop what we’re doing and spend a day messing around. Lots of whiteboards, some frantic coding,