Facebook makes headlines (without a major hack)
Les Moonves. Jeff Fager. Julie Chen. Within the week, two longtime,reputable CBS News staff have left the network following sexual harassment and digital harassment claims. Chen, Moonves’ wife, has also decided to step down. Fager, a longtime producer of “60 Minutes,” was revealed to have
Tim Cook officially announced the launch of the iPhone Xs, iPhone Xs Max and iPhone Xr generation of iPhones last week, finally ending the guessing game that took place during the months leading up to the event. Two weeks earlier, journalists and bloggers alike relied
Last week, BuzzFeed unveiled plans to launch a feature at the bottom of the site’s news page that asks readers to “help us report to you” by donating $5 to $100.
A look into this weekend’s top performing movie Crazy Rich Asians
There’s the old saying – “if it’s too good to be true, it probably is.”
This month Facebook debuted its first set of programming. The lineup included news from ABC News, Advance Local, ATTN:, CNN, Fox News, Mic, Quartz and Univision. Programs included ABC’s “More in Common,” which shows people from various backgrounds coming together in unique and interesting ways.
A week after France won the World Cup, the numbers reveal interesting trends about global viewership.
Apple has recently announced a big corporate move: iPhones will now share your exact location with first responders when dialing 911.
AMC’s feud with MoviePass escalates as the theater giant announces subscription service.