It’s no secret that the internet has changed the way that people all around the world consume media. It’s been a disruption that has almost completely upended the broadcast and cable television industries and has already decimated the home movie rental industry (with the notable exception of Redbox, somehow). The rise of the internet as […]
Self-driving vehicles will remarkably change the global economy in less than 20 years, heavily impacting government, insurance, media, security, logistics, and the automotive industry. That’s according to a new report by Forrester researchers Laura Koetzle and Carlton A. Doty. Forrester believes that even though more rides will take place every day in 2035, the amount […]
The internet of things (IoT) is only in its infancy, and it is already raising the bar for what consumers expect from their media experience. IoT promises unprecedented levels of personalization, easy access to content, and technology that enables unique, immersive experiences beyond what has been offered before. In fact, as suggested in the EY […]
Because App Store and HomeKit.
How unlimited access changes our relationship with music.
Now 25,000 members can join the likes of Richard Branson and Bill Gates in publishing on the professional network.
Facebook is rolling out a new tool intended to prompt publishers to share their stories on Facebook more frequently.
Facebook announced two updates to allow publishers to track trends across the social network.
What technologists like Jeff Bezos and Keith Rabois can teach the media.
Google’s Chromecast may be sold out, but you can still get your hands on the device—if you dare.
Google’s new device can do a lot of things. Supporting the faster 5GHz Wi-Fi frequency favored by streaming fans isn’t one of them.
Google’s streaming-video device would be a dream travel gadget, if not for one thing: It won’t play nice with hotel Wi-Fi.
The compromises of using a Google device with Apple’s iOS devices.
The little plug-in gadget can play more than just the trickle of streams Google announced at launch. And many more could rush in.
How to get the most out of Google’s cheap new streaming dongle.
That we desperately want stories like this to be true speaks to the best of us, but the parallel fact that the story was published over and over again with no fact-checking speaks to the worst media excesses.
The Washington Post has launched the prototype of Truth Teller, a news app that can fact-check speeches, virtually in real time.
New laws and news industry walk-outs are challenging Google’s ability to display excerpts of news stories within search results, which could have far-reaching effects.