Netflix says it violated its own core beliefs.
Starting today, the company will try to give everyone a reason to go to Twitter.com. Even if you don’t have an account.
A group of twentysomethings in Manchester are taking over Twitter in Britain, and making hundreds of thousands of pounds in the process. But there are questions they need to answer about possible large-scale plagiarism and less than savoury advertising practices.
The European Union has filed charges alleging Google uses its dominance of the search market to stifle competition. The complaint brings back memories of Microsoft, back in the days when it made competitors tremble.
The success of apps like Heal could foreshadow the mass upskilling of the on-demand workforce.
The EU has accused the search giant of illegally using its search powers to squash competition.
Munchery is one of many companies that want to change the way we eat by selling cheap, nutritious, pre-made meals — and it wants to do so paying its employee a living wage. It won’t be easy.
The changes come ahead of the unveiling of the company’s new streaming service.
Apple appears to have tweaked the program after a user accused it of being homophobic on YouTube.
A new survey by Piper Jaffray shows Instagram taking the top spot among teenagers, with Snapchat closing in fast.
ResearchKit will allow medical researchers the world over to create their own crowd-sourced studies.
Autonomous, flexible, GoPro-ready.
Find out who’s in the scene (and what song is playing) while you watch.
A new app encourages employees to share stories on social media that align with the interests of their employer. Sharing is caring.
An Instagram of a screenshot of an order confirmation email is the loneliest celebration.
First in the room this morning were Jack and Carol Weber, University of Virginia professors about to celebrate their 50th anniversary. And that means a golden gift is in order.
Some retail watchers were expecting a significant update to the retail stores as Apple enters the luxury business. But aside from some new benches displaying the watches, the stores are just as you remember them.
Are you Patrick Bateman or Katy Perry?
No more pooping in bags, for god’s sake!
Filmmaker Alex Garland and actor Oscar Isaac spoke with BuzzFeed News about crafting Isaac’s unique and unnerving character at the center of Garland’s new sci-fi thriller.
LinkedIn announced it acquired Lynda.com, a higher ed platform.
Spot cats, post pics, win points. No own cats; no known cats. Simple.
Doximity hopes its new Apple Watch app will help doctors dump their pagers.
Mark Pincus’ return to the gaming company is met with a less-than-lukewarm reception.
Over-the-air channels, directly on your console.
“It doesn’t matter if you’re a fashion model or high school student, understanding code is so important because it’s the language that runs our world!”
Don’t worry, you can still use facebook.com to send messages. For now.