Apple to Slow Hiring, Spending in Some Divisions in 2023, Says Report
A potential economic downturn means Apple will be stopping some hiring and spending.
Facebook Launches New Trending News Section on Mobile
Facebook is rolling out a new "Trending News" section to the Facebook app on iOS and Android devices.
Twitter Teams With Bloomberg for 24/7 News Streaming Service
Twitter and news network Bloomberg are set to announce a partnership as the social media network looks to launch a 24-hour streaming service with the network being the first content producer.
Facebook Says it Will Remove Human-Curated Descriptions for Trending Topics
Facebook took a step to reduce the influence that humans have over the Trending Topics.
CBC Partners With Twitter Canada to Extend Reach of Rio 2016 Coverage
CBC announced a new partnership with Twitter Canada with the goal of targeting new online audiences using social media.
Facebook is Shutting Down its News App Paper on July 29
Facebook announced that it will be shutting down its news-reading app Paper.
Toronto Star Touch App Reaches 200,000 Downloads
The Toronto Star Touch app for iPad and Android tablets has been downloaded more than 200,000 times by readers.
Half of Local Canadian TV Stations Could Be Forced Off Air By 2020
Nearly half of Canada’s local TV stations could be forced off the air by 2020.
Eddy Cue Explains Why Apple Created their News App
Apple SVP Eddy Cue explains why the company made the News application.
Swiss TV Station Replaces All Filming Gear With iPhones and Selfie Sticks
A Swiss TV station replaces all their professional camera gear with an iPhone.
Facebook Turns Notes Into a Medium-Style Blogging Platform
Facebook is rolling out its first major update to Notes, which essentially turns it into a blogging platform, much like Medium.
NYT’s Vatican Reporter Using WhatsApp to Send Users Short Updates
The New York Times has started sending users updates using the popular mobile messaging app WhatsApp.