China is getting ready to launch its 'Global Initiative on Data Security' on Tuesday and has already spoken to other governments to gauge interests. It has been compared to the U.S.' Clean Network.
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A report from WSJ disputes the company's claim that its algorithms are bringing people together. According to WSJ Facebook's algorithms aren't bringing people together. They were driving people apart.
Facebook and News Corp. have reached an agreement to feature headlines from the latter's publications in Facebook's upcoming news tab. Facebook will pay an undisclosed licensing fee for the content.
Some major publishers are not happy with the current terms of Apple's paid tier plans. Apple wants to keep 50% of revenues while divvying the rest among publishers based on user interactions.
Tesla has secured a deal to build a new factory in Shanghai's free-trade zone. The deal is unique because Tesla will be the first car maker to own their factory without having a local partner.
On Sunday Google confirmed earlier reports that the company was relaxing its grip on paid news outlets with its 'First Click Free' policy, and will release new tools that will ease monetization.
The Wall Street Journal has updated its Windows Store listing to say that its Windows 10 app will be discontinued as of the end of this month, suggesting that users get the iOS and Android apps.
The popular news and analysis publication, The Wall Street Journal, has updated their app for Windows 10. The new universal app brings the same user interface to phone and PC. We take a look.
The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times have both recently claimed that Apple will release two new iPhones and a smartwatch along with a host of new and innovative features for the devices.
A number of major news organizations, including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, ABC News and Fox News have made their Windows 8 app debut this week in the Windows Store.
The Wall Street Journal thinks that Best Buy founder Richard Schulze's abrupt resignation from the company's board could be part of a plan to buy-out the company and take it private again.
After long rumors that Apple is to replace Google Maps with its own in-house technology in its iOS app, The Wall Street Journal confirms with anonymous Apple employees that the change is coming.
Windows Phone users can now download the new and free Wall Street Journal Live app with videos and other content from the well known business newspaper and website outlet
The Wall Street Journal claims that Facebook is planning to start its roadshow on Monday of next week, where it will pitch its stock to investors. If all goes well, the IPO could occur on May 18.
With pretty much nothing confirmed about the details of apple’s upcoming iPhone release in September, the Wall Street Journal has actually learned something, from unnamed sources briefed on Apple’s future plans, about the iPhone that...
When the iPad was announced many people wondered what you could do with an over-sized iPod, well it seems the news paper industry has found a use for it. During a conference call Rupert Murdoch,...
The New York Times will begin charging readers to fully access to its web site starting in 2011, according to a report from the Associated Press. The controversial and risky move, aimed at drawing more...