The publisher/publishing platform is rejiggering itself as a social network for readers and writers — and reconsidering some of its publications and ideals in the process.
Sources say Verizon has no plans to spin off the tech blogs once the $4.4 billon acquisition is approved. But the future of the Huffington Post is much less certain.
“Can I show you my technology?”
My shameful stunt weekend with the Apple Watch.
With reports that the Comcast merger is dead, we went straight to the source for comment: customer service. We’re still waiting on a straight answer, and might have to be put through to a different department.
When you’re taking up real estate in someone’s feed, it’s worth thinking about which voices you’re pushing out of the cascade.
Facebook doesn’t need the teens…or you, for that matter.
No more pooping in bags, for god’s sake!
L’application de partage de photos a été accusée d’appliquer deux poids, deux mesures à sa politique de censure.
The photo-sharing app has been accused of double standards over its takedown policies. Update: Instagram has updated their policy on nudity.
Riff wants to recapture the magic of the Ice Bucket Challenge.
The genius of the screenshort as a miniature article teaser.
Sometimes being first to market isn’t always best.
This version of Facebook is one where it is no longer just a single factor in our lives but the overarching context that consumes everything beneath it.
And the simple reason why Google+ failed to catch fire.
Users can still tweet adult images and links, but “Top” searches for terms like “#porn” and “#vagina” draw very few results. Update: Twitter tells BuzzFeed News the limited search results seem to the be the result of a bug. “We’re working to correct the issue,” a spokesperson said.
The company issued new rules that prohibit uploading nonconsensual nudes and says it will lock the accounts of users who have posted them.
A DNS error could be costing Apple millions in lost iTunes sales. Update: It’s back up after 11 hours.
Always visible, always on. Welcome to the battle for your wrist (and attention).
A look at the functionality of the Apple Watch.