As a response to criticisms about the Tesla Model 3, Elon Musk ranted on Twitter about the media. He pledged to start a company called Pravda that will track the credibility of journalists.
Internet May 23, 2018
Kids age 8 and below spends more time using the media than six years ago. A new report reveals that 42 percent of children age 8 and below already have their own gadget - compared from 7 percent in 2013 and 1 percent in 2011.
Healthy Living/Wellness October 20, 2017
BuzzFeed published a dossier about Donald Trump alleging the president-elect's connections to the Russian government. The news organization's decision to publish the dossier created a backlash from other journalists and media outlets.
Feature January 12, 2017
Exposure to media is potentially damaging for children, especially toddlers. Aside from setting some 'ground rules', the conference of the American Association of Pediatrics did not impose a strict interval for the time spent by children consuming media every day.
Healthy Living/Wellness October 21, 2016
Australians trust banking and finance, government and energy sectors with their private data, according to a recent survey released by Deloitte.
Business Tech May 10, 2016
Common Sense Media, a family technology education group, reports that teenagers and pre-teenagers are spending six to nine hours each day engaged in media use, such as listening to music or watching videos online. The group believes this trend could have a far-reaching impact on the children, media and technology.
Life November 4, 2015
Donald Trump may not think that you are smarter than a fifth grader. A study showed that Trump gave his presidential candidacy announcement using language that corresponds to fourth-grade level speech.
Internet Culture October 23, 2015
Many people work in a range of different types of media today, needing to be able to edit photos, videos and music. Palette is designed to cater to those needs, offering a hardware controller across all types of media.
Gadgets August 19, 2015
Dr. Craig Spencer, who survived Ebola, reveals that media and politicians over-sensationalized the incident. Dr. Spencer believes that his Ebola infection was hyped and did not sound supporting.
Life February 26, 2015
The 'Today' host wore the same knockoff Burberry suit with different shirts and ties for 365 days, in silent protest against the sexism his female colleagues constantly receive.
Internet Culture November 17, 2014
The world wants to wear its tech, according to two new studies. With the wearable tech sector expected to move 130 million units by 2018, brands and media companies have yet another way to reliably reach consumers.
Wearable Tech October 21, 2014
Turn on the news, pick up a newspaper, go to a website: Ebola is all you hear about. Here are 9 crazy-but-real headlines that show how insane the media has gone over Ebola.
Internet Culture October 20, 2014
OS X Yosemite and a refresh of the iPad line seem primed and ready for Apple's Oct. 16 media event. The reveal of refreshed MacBooks remains a stretch.
Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech October 8, 2014
LinkedIn, the social networking site for professionals, re-ranked the best schools that have high rates of graduates who land a desirable job. The list shows that many Ivy League schools didn't even make the top 10.
Internet Culture October 5, 2014
Researchers found that those who multitask between different technology devices changed the gray-matter density of their brains.
Geek September 25, 2014
Jezebel, a women’s interest site, has complained that its parent company Gawker is not doing enough to prevent images of rape in the blog’s comment section. Jezebel staff say the “rape GIFs” are upsetting to their readers.
Internet Culture August 12, 2014
Apple schedules a media event for September 9. The timing seems about right for an unveiling of the iPhone 6.
Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech August 6, 2014
More people are turning to their screens than going to the newsstands for news. It’s the moment newspaper pioneers have never imagined, and it has come.
Internet June 26, 2014
The state of virtual reality seems to be gaining some more steam. The media push for the sector has garnered much attention, but is VR here to stay?
Video Games June 16, 2014
Facebook is changing how users control ads. The move gives users the ability to say no more to certain ads they don't want appearing on their pages.
Internet June 12, 2014
The person behind Apple's PR rise, Katie Cotton, is retiring. The move leaves a void in the company's media relationship.
Business May 8, 2014
Facebook has launched a real-time breaking news feed. The question is now whether journalists and others will head that direction for news.
Business April 25, 2014
With the Adobe and thePlatform joint venture, online video streaming sees a major boost.
Apps/Software April 24, 2014
Rumors are abounding that Google is preparing to release a smartphone with a price tag of $100, which could bring the battle over smartphone supremacy to Mountain View.
Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech April 21, 2014
Trends are getting easier to track. The Internet search company announced that it had launched a new email service that allows users to have trends send to their inbox on a daily basis.
Internet April 20, 2014
In a move that is receiving widespread support, Facebook is aiming to help curb spam on one's news feed.
Business Tech April 13, 2014
Microsoft's announcement of Skype TX has made journalists optimistic that it will help to boost video and audio reception for live coverage.
Apps/Software April 8, 2014
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