Recode’s Peter Kafka reported today that the New York Times has agreed to pay $US30 million ($39.4 million) for The Wirecutter and The Sweethome, both of which were founded by Brian Lam, the former editor of Gizmodo. The paper laterShow More Summary
The New York Times just announced that it has acquired The Wirecutter and its sister publication The Sweethome. The sites were founded by former Gizmodo editor Brian Lam, who The Times says will stay involved in an advisory role. Ben...Show More Summary
CNN Money editor and Reliable Sources host Brian Stelter said on Sunday that Republican nominee Donald Trump’s attempts to undermine public trust in the fairness of U.S. elections is a threat to Democracy. “Mr. Trump, think of your children,” Stelter said in a highly charged...
Editor's note: Each week during the NFL season, former Bears defensive lineman Alex Brown shares his football wisdom with RedEye. Responses have been edited for length and clarity. Let's tackle this off the top: Should Brian Hoyer start at quarterback over Jay Cutler? I don't think it's a decision...
One of my pettest peeves is the ostensible dichotomy between science and religion; but this is nonsense cubed, seems to me. Both science and religion, at their best (and O dear, are they bloody, greedy, cruel,grasping, arrogant corporations at their… Continue reading ?
Facebook is testing a Snapchat-style temporary messaging service called Messenger Day. The app is currently being tested in Poland, where Snapchat is not available. CNET Editor Brian Tong joins CBSN to discuss if the new app has a chance.
Some of the biggest tech giants in the country, including Google, Microsoft, Amazon and IBM, are teaming up to get ahead of the curve on artificial intelligence. CNET Editor Brian Tong joins CBSN to talk about how this will change the future.
Brian Cooley ranks the best cars as reviewed by Roadshow's editors so far in 2016. And to keep it real, we'll keep it under $50,000.
(Editor’s note: This video contains graphic images.) D.C. police released body camera footage showing the aftermath of the fatal shooting of Terrence Sterling by officer Brian Trainer on Sept. 11, 2016. The footage was edited prior to its public release.
(Scott Johnson) Last night City Journal editor Brian Anderson invited me to submit 500 words on the terrorist incident in St. Cloud, Minnesota. That took me about 15 minutes. Matthew Hennessy edited and improved the piece that I called...Show More Summary
Briggs Land #2 Written by: Brian Wood Art by: Mack Chater Colors: Lee Loughridge Letterer: Nate Peikos of Blambot Editor: The post Briggs Land #2 Review appeared first on Rogues Portal.
Editor’s Note: Brian Garcia is the SVP, Chief Technology Officer and Product Officer at Welltok, developers of the CaféWell Health Optimization Platform that guides and incentivizes consumers. Garcia most recently served as the chief...Show More Summary
Fashion Editor Brian Molloy is looking for hard working and committed interns to join his team in NYC. Requirements: Passionate Hard working Organized Professional and punctual Eager to learn Responsibilities : On-set assistance Editorial and Campaign photo... Continue reading
But they still refused to delete the tweet. Kathleen Carroll, the AP’s executive editor, was confronted by CNN’s Brian Stelter about the inaccurate tweet. Asked directly by Stelter if she would agree that the tweet is “inaccurate,” Carroll said the AP was better at “breaking stories and covering news… than we are on tweets.” She [...]
Tested editor Norman Chan met up with prop builder Brian Mix last month to check out his working replica of the Burroughs B-205 analog computer console seen in the 1960s sci-fi series Lost in Space. Replica prop builder Brian Mix is obsessed with the 60s sci-fi show Lost in Space, and has built a working […]
Brian Williams might be getting his own late-night show on MSNBC. New York Times public editor criticizes the paper's Gulf flooding coverage. RIP John McLaughlin. Roger Ailes will help Donald Trump prepare for the debates. The Walking Dead threatens spoiler site with copyright lawsuit if it outs last season's major death. Republicans for paid family leave? Sorry for being late.
If you're a video editor or hardcore gamer, you might be excited by Intel's seventh-generation Core chip, codenamed Kaby Lake. CEO Brian Krzanich showed it up and running.
Turns out she was just collecting intel on the young TVNewser editor. "They were spying on me."
The O’Reilly Hardware Podcast: Field Programmable Gate Arrays are getting easier In this episode of the Hardware podcast, O’Reilly editor Brian Jepson and I talk about what FPGAs can do, how they’re getting more approachable for beginners, and the parallels between FPGAs and microcontroller boards such as the Arduino. Continue reading Getting started with FPGAs.
MSNBC on Friday used the unfolding shooting spree in Munich to bash the Republican Party and connect the GOP convention to it. Regarding terror, Daily Beast editor Christopher Dickey talked to Brian Williams and lectured, “What we're...Show More Summary