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Media Matters found that three ad networks were the leading choices for peddlers of BS masquerading as factual reporting. Google AdSense ads appeared on 41 sites slinging this slop.
John Kahan has a poignant photo in his office at Microsoft Corp, where he oversees customer data and analytics. The image shows Kahan, his wife and three daughters celebrating the birth of a boy, his reddish-blond hair hidden by a hat.
The social behemoth recently added a new category to products it prohibits users to sell under its commerce policy: Products or items that "facilitate or encourage unauthorised access to digital media."
Microsoft raised eyebrows in 2014 with the announcement it was spending a hefty US$2.5bil (RM10.86bil) to buy Mojang, the Swedish developer of world-building game Minecraft.
US authorities launched a nationwide manhunt April 17 for a gunman who shot and killed an elderly man, and then posted a video of the seemingly random attack on Facebook.
US Federal Bureau of Investigation director James Comey designed his social media presence to be safe from prying eyes. He set up a private Instagram account only followed by family members, and subscribed to Twitter under a false name.
Some of the top-rated health apps aimed at people with chronic medical problems don’t do a very good job of actually helping to manage those conditions, a recent study suggests.
Playing video games that feature alcohol and tobacco influences teens to take part in drinking and smoking, according to a new UK study.
Mobile apps and web-based programs do help people reach health goals like exercising more, losing weight and quitting smoking, but studies need to follow-up longer to see how sustainable these interventions are, according to a recent review of existing research.