It took less than a day for Luminary to become enemy number one of the podcast industry. Last month, on the same day that it unveiled its subscription podcast service, the company tweeted a typed-out image of a bunny holding a sign: “Podcasts don’t need ads.
When someone buys a new smartphone, often they’re preoccupied with the camera specs or the size of the screen or its storage capabilities. It’s easy to overlook one of the most foundational aspects of these sleek consumer gadgets: their operating systems.
Carolyn Wysinger is a teacher and activist who says Facebook censors her from discussing racism online, sometimes locking her out of her account. USA TODAY
The government has released a new set of tools dubbed the U.S. Web Design System 2.0. It’s a set of code and design standards that make it easy for government organizations to build websites that speak a common visual language with one another.
Netflix, Amazon, and other streaming services will continue to be free to submit their films to the Oscars next year, after the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences decided against changing its entry rules to more clearly favor films intended primarily for theatrical release.
An Amazon.com Inc. team auditing Alexa users’ commands has access to location data and can, in some cases, easily find a customer’s home address, according to five employees familiar with the program.
In January, Mark Zuckerberg published a blog post announcing his New Year’s resolution.
Twitter founder Jack Dorsey reassured Trump that his follower count of nearly 60 million is not going down because the social media company is deliberately deleting his followers, but is likely falling because Twitter tries to delete as many bots as possible, a source told The Washington Post.