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At least 60% of Slate's podcast audience also visits its site, giving the news publisher a strong foundation for its new first-party data strategy. The post ‘We seized on podcasts’: How Slate used audio as the foundation of its first-party data strategy appeared first on Digiday.
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Suggesting other news sources only reinforces users' political beliefs. Another study finds that quitting the social media giant leaves people less informed.
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You can get Disney Plus on your Xbox One from the Microsoft Store. After downloading it, the app can be found in your Xbox's app library.
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Microsoft reported earnings for its fiscal first quarter after the market closed on Tuesday.
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Here are the details about the Star Wars show's second season, including its new trailer and the episode release schedule.
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The arrival of a new iPhone this week means more crazy stress test videos are just around the corner. Here are our picks of the best from over the years.
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Lomography has launched its HydroChrome Sutton, a 35mm film camera that features a unique liquid-injection lens for creating filter effects. Users are able to inject just about any liquid they’d like into the less, producing unique photos that can’t be replicated a second time and that differ distinctly from digitally-applied image filters. Film cameras are trendy at the moment, though … Continue reading
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The project will have a revenue potential of ₹1,250 crores.The project will offer approximately 2.6 million square feet
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This week, Apple will announce this year’s new iPhones. We’re expecting there to be four of them: the iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro Max, iPhone 12, and a smaller one that might be called the iPhone 12 mini. Apple’s invitation for its Tuesday event included the catchphrase “Hi, Speed.” Weird capitalization decisions aside, the “speed” hint embedded in the tagline lines up with the rumors: these will be the first 5G-enabled iPhones. If you’re looking to buy a new iPhone this year, even before I see these phones I can provide this simple piece of advice: don’t buy one just because it has 5G. That’s been my advice for every single 5G-enabled Android phone that’s been released thus far, and unless Apple has some reality-defying modem that... Continue reading…
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Hampden Park Euro 2020 playoff clash is fourth meeting in two years between these two sides - and this one's huge. Follow our guide to get a Scotland vs Israel live stream.
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Netflix has been indicted in Texas on charges that the film Cuties contains lewd depictions of children. The indictment follows controversial backlash from conservative groups over certain scenes in the film where young girls dance provocatively. A grand jury in Tyler County, Texas, is charging Netflix with “Promotion Of Lewd Visual Material Depicting A Child,” a criminal act in Texas that was introduced into state law in 2018, Reuters reported. The charge alleges that Cuties, a movie about a group of young girls who form a dance troupe, “depicts the lewd exhibition of the genitals or pubic area of a clothed or partially clothed child who was younger than 18 years of age at the time the visual material was created,” according to the... Continue reading…
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The European Court of Justice has ruled that it’s illegal for countries indiscriminately collect electronic communications data, unless they have a really good reason.
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Illustration by Alex Castro / The Verge YouTube has changed the way it tests new features: it’s now allowing its Premium subscribers access to experimental products in the development pipeline, according to XDA-Developers. Previously, those features were tested by Google users picked at random to beta test. Currently, the new features available for Premium subscribers to test include watching videos with sound and seeking on your YouTube homepage on iOS; voice searching for YouTube videos on-site (only on Chrome); and filtering by topic in additional languages. The language at the top of YouTube’s experimental features page also says that Premium members can only access these features for a limited time. YouTube Premium costs $11.99 a month, and it also gives you ad-free... Continue reading…
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The director-general of the World Health Organisation has said a Covid-19 vaccine could be ready “by the end of this year”. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus did not elaborate on his words during a meeting of WHO’s executive board on Tuesday. Calling for world leaders to commit to ensuring vaccines would be equally distributed when they become available, he said in his closing remarks: “We will need vaccines and there is hope that by the end of this year we may have a vaccine. There is hope.” In the UK, the vaccine thought to be closest to the finishing line is that being developed by Oxford University, in collaboration with the pharmaceutical giant Astra Zeneca. Nine experimental vaccines are in the pipeline of the WHO-led Covax global vaccine facility that aims to distribute two billion doses by the end of 2021.“Especially for the vaccines and other products which are in the pipeline, the most important tool is political commitment from our leaders especially in the equitable distribution of the vaccines,” the director-general said.“We need each other, we need solidarity and we need to use all the energy we have to fight the virus,” he said.Prime minister Boris Johnson this week said that the most vulnerable would get priority in the UK when a vaccine was available. He told reporters on Monday: “Obviously, if and when we get a vaccine then the crucial thing would be to ensure that we have sufficient supplies in this country, that we’re able to make it in this country, distribute it fast in this country, and clearly the priority for a vaccine will be those who are the most vulnerable groups.”It comes as the PM mulls new social distancing restrictions, as the UK appears to be in the grip of a second wave of the disease, with growing numbers of infections, deaths and hospitalisations. Related... Trump Suggests He's Immune To Covid Despite Still Having It, In Tone Deaf Video Message Boris Johnson Pledges End To Social Distancing By October 2021 Opinion: Could The Second Wave Spark Riots? We're Entering Very Dangerous Territory
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The new fund has beaten Hong Kong-based Hillhouse Capital's US$10.6 billion fundraise in 2018.
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With rising polls in favor of Joe Biden, JPMorgan said it appears more likely that there will be a clear winner this November.
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Sean Conley on Saturday offered unclear answers about whether Trump had used supplemental oxygen since testing positive for COVID-19.
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France's auction of mid-band spectrum for 5G services ended almost before it had begun this week, with all four operators acquiring similar amounts of spectrum for broadly sensible prices.
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Prosus Ventures led the round, with the Pakistani startup's existing backers Middle East Venture Partners and Sarmayacar chipping in.
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The billionaire co-founder of Blackstone said that the rapidly growing"digital revolution" will continue to support technology companies.
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