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The way we normally see that footage — black and white, scratchy and silent — is "like a barrier between us and the actual people... [Read More]
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The bug, which was live for 12 days in September, may have impacted up to 6.8 million users. [Read More]
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Plus: Apple expands to Austin, Texas; spam-scammers send thousands of bomb threats that result in evacuations nationwide; log on the fire fill me with desire... [Read More]
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The social network is talking to pay TV channels including HBO, Showtime and Starz about a proposal to sell those companies' streaming TV services on... [Read More]
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The failure of Basis is a reminder of why some Silicon Valley investors shied away from the cryptocurrency industry in the first place. [Read More]
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Instacart will begin pulling the first group of workers out of Whole Foods locations in February. [Read More]
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Plus: Procter & Gamble buys Walker & Co.; millennials are ghosting their jobs like they would ghost an ex-boyfriend; and best lists, worst lists. [Read More]
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Here's a visual look at trends for Facebook, MoviePass, Juul, Amazon and others for the year. [Read More]
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Platforms like YouTube and Netflix are at war, and Shots Studios CEO John Shahidi is happy to sell content to all of them. [Read More]
Members of a New York City Council committee denounced the previously secret terms of the Amazon HQ2 deal in the first of three public hearings... [Read More]
Uber controls the majority of U.S. ride-hailing but Lyft is growing twice as fast. And both plan to go public in early 2019. [Read More]
Plus: New Verizon execs say old Verizon execs made a $5 billion mistake betting on AOL and Yahoo; social media has surpassed newspapers as a... [Read More]
Tristan Walker's Walker & Company is the maker of Bevel shaving products and the Form haircare line. [Read More]
The growth in speed is important as the internet undergirds more of our daily lives and the wider economy. [Read More]
Klein says Twitter has made journalists dumber, meaner and more reactive. [Read More]
He answered questions on, among other things, building a censored search engine for China and whether Google is biased against conservatives. [Read More]
The search giant's top executive was grilled on the topic by members of Congress before the House Judiciary Committee today. [Read More]
Republican lawmakers claim that tech employees are biased, which means the systems they build are biased. Tech companies claim that the systems are not biased.... [Read More]
And Verizon investors seem fine with that. [Read More]
Plus: Was Spotify's unusual IPO a trendsetter or an anomaly?; Amazon is making its own server chips — potentially threatening Intel; an interactive cannabis museum... [Read More]
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