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Facebook is taking measures to boost quality journalism by reducing the number of clickbait headlines shown in news feeds and making good headlines more visible.
After Microsoft announced its license sale for Windows 8, some journalists started freaking out. Here's the tale of two such freakouts over Windows 8's 40 million licenses sold.
Due to ongoing demonstrations and protests within the country, the Syrian government has officially banned Apple's iPhone. Will this end up helping or hurting their cause?
History was made recently when Mark Fiore, an online-only journalist, was given the Pulitzer prize. It was the first time an online-only journalist and cartoonist was given the Pulitzer, and it was considered huge success...
Yesterday's court ruling in which companies can force on-line journalists to reveal sources could have a dramatic impact on the world of on-line news. Consider the ramifications, the ruling states that a company...
This week I have been reminded why I never let the Neowin readership believe we are professional journalists, as hard as it is to forget that Neowin is more than just "some relay site"; mainly...