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Inside the business of Taylor Swift's 'Look What You Made Me Do' and 'Reputation' release. [Read More]
Swift's 'Reputation' is big business. [Read More]
Facebook Messenger's "M" assistant will now suggest GIFs, quick replies, and movie showtimes from Fandango. [Read More]
Facebook Messenger's AI assistant adds a Fandango chat extension. [Read More]
MSNBC host Lawrence O'Donnell can be seen yelling at his staff about excess noise in leaked outtakes from a recent episode of his show. [Read More]
Footage shows MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell complaining about noise in his earpiece. [Read More]
Another Game of Thrones prequel is reportedly in the works at HBO, with the show's co-executive producer Bryan Cogman set to write. [Read More]
Co-executive producer Bryan Cogman is writing a potential prequel series. [Read More]
Google's head of artificial intelligence, John Giannandrea, said "I'm definitely not worried about the AI apocalypse." [Read More]
John Giannandrea dismissed fears over artificial intelligence as 'hype.'... [Read More]
Google debuted a new Search feature that finds local libraries with ebook versions of any book title you search for online. [Read More]
The new feature finds ebooks available at nearby public libraries. [Read More]
Lyft is redesigning streets in cities like Los Angeles to reduce traffic and prepare for a potential future with more autonomous vehicles. [Read More]
Hulu is the first streaming service to win the Emmy for Outstanding Drama Series. [Read More]
Facebook-owned Instagram is reportedly testing a feature that allows users to post Snapchat-like Instagram Stories directly to Facebook. [Read More]
Instagram is testing a feature to let users post Stories on both services. [Read More]
Facebook Live will be the exclusive streaming home for all eSports video content from Hi-Rez Studios' new Paladins Premier League. [Read More]
Facebook will exclusively stream eSports video from the Paladins Premier League. [Read More]
How new concussion reports could bring down a multibillion-dollar American empire. [Read More]
Apple and Amazon are reportedly bidding against Sony, Warner Bros., and Fox for distribution rights to the iconic James Bond film franchise. [Read More]