Google and Apple have taken steps to give app developers and publishers more leeway in payment methods.
The issue is a reporter tweeting an 'Esquire' story after the congressman had filed a lawsuit. Nunes is claiming defamation.
It's better to identify the content they want, rather than inundating them with a barrage of articles.
It's ridiculous to mischaracterize a reporter as an outlaw hacker for discovering that private information about state employees was readily available in a web page's source code.
News and information companies last year employed 142,000 workers, a 73% jump from 2016.
That may help to remove some of the bias that comes with having newsroom employees choose the stories.
Gutted newsrooms are unable to perform their most basic functions, like covering the police beat. Or investigating allegations of corruption.
Consumers love to hate Facebook, but they don't stop using it.
Hershel was a Harvard-educated lawyer and veteran, but he might be best known as the former president-COO of Ziff-Davis Publishing Company.
'The New York Times' launched a new app called "New York Times Audio," where the content will assist listeners in engaging with the latest news, ideas, criticism and stories.