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The Apple TV remote is getting a major redesign (AAPL)

The Apple TV remote is getting a major redesign when the latest version of the Cupertino company's TV box is introduced this summer, the New York Times reports. Apple is set to unveil a new version of its Apple TV service in June, at its annual developers conference WWDC. Show More Summary

NYT: The Apple TV Remote Is Getting a Touch Pad

3 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Like most of Apple’s products, the Apple TV remote is a thing of simple elegance. But despite the company’s long-held view that most remote controls are too complicated, the New York Times reports that the next Apple TV remote will be far bigger—even including a touch pad. Read more...

Apple TV remote redesign will likely feature a touch pad

Get ready for a brand new way to interact with your Apple TV. The New York Times is reporting that the company is revamping the design of its ATV remote control for the new models that are expected to debut at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference this June. Show More Summary

Uber has delivered 30 million rides in New York City since launching four years ago

Four years ago, Uber launched in New York City. At the time, Uber was still a small company. Today, New York is one of its biggest markets. Uber announced on its blog Monday that the company has delivered 30 million rides in New York City since 2011. Show More Summary

United Airlines Books Elmore Leonard Short Story

22 hours agoArts / Graphic Design : UnBeige

And what is Rhapsody, you ask? Per a New York Times weekend story, it’s a monthly literary magazine put out by United Airlines exclusively for the company’s first class and business class passengers. The publication launched in November...Show More Summary

Comcast now has more Internet than cable customers

NEW YORK (AP) — Just before its $45 billion deal with Time Warner Cable collapsed over regulators' fears about a giant cable company's control over the Web, Comcast was racking up more Internet customers. For the first time, the country's...Show More Summary

Energy News: Batteries + Renewables = Growth; Kudos and Coverage for Member Companies

We recently reported that “solar-plus-storage” was the hottest new thing in advanced energy. This week, the New York Times agreed, posting a science feature on the growing (and growth!) partnership between batteries and renewable energy. But why now? read more

Top Cable Companies Join Forces at NewFronts to Tout Digital Innovations

A year after making its NewFronts debut, Time Warner Cable Media brought along some friends—well, more like frenemies—for its second go-round. At the Edison Ballroom in New York, Time Warner Cable Media hosted several leading cable companies—Comcast...Show More Summary

5 reasons NYTimes’ financial loss isn’t that bad

An 11 percent decline in print advertising and a pension settlement caused the New York Times Co. to operate at a $14.3 million loss in the first quarter, the company reported today. But the company pitched the period as “a solid start” to the year in light of strong results in both digital subscriptions and digital advertising. Show More Summary

Cost cuts push up New York Times profit

(Reuters) - New York Times Co reported a 4.6 percent rise in quarterly adjusted operating profit despite dwindling print ad sales as cost-cutting initiatives paid off. The company said in October it would cut about 7.5 percent of its...Show More Summary

Burger King, Tim Hortons’ Post Earnings For First Time In Years

Burger King’s parent company, Restaurant Brands, Inc. (QSR), is liking the merger thus far. The New York Times is reporting that both company’s chains, Burger King and Tim Hortons’, posted an increase in the same-store sales for the first quarter for the first time in years. Show More Summary

CST-01: $1M Kickstarter With Nothing to Show

Sage Lazzaro, writing for The New York Observer: In January of 2013, a company called Central Standard Time launched a $200,000 Kickstarter campaign for CST-01, a sleek and minimal stainless steel wristwatch that is only 0.80 mm thick, making it the thinnest watch ever made. Show More Summary

Twitter stock tumbles after earnings come out early

NEW YORK (AP) — Twitter's stock is falling sharply after the company's earnings — due to be released after the stock market closes — came out ahead of time. Trading in its stock was halted Tuesday afternoon after word spread of the premature earnings release.

'Clinton Cash' author can't even defend his wild claims on Fox News

First, former Bush speechwriter and Clinton Cash author Peter Schweizer claimed—with an assist from the New York Times—that then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had approved a deal involving a Russian uranium mining company. Unfortunately...Show More Summary

Apple Pay Now Accepts All Major Credit Cards After Finally Adding Discover

Apple Pay now supports all major U.S. credit card companies, after Discover and the payment system finally reached a deal. The New York Times reports the two companies reached an agreement that will let Discover cardholders make purchases at participating retailers by using the Apple Pay system on the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus or Apple Watch. Apple Pay currently … [More]

No, I Do Not Believe Dean Baquet Wants to Turn the New York Times into a Trusted Information Intermediary. Why Do You Ask?

Live from La Farine: For every time somebody emails me, privately, and tells me that Dean Baquet--in spite of his failure to commission a deep dive on New York Times dysfunction and Jeff Gerth and company on Whitewater, in spite of his...Show More Summary

Time Inc. Begins Outsourcing Jobs

Time Inc. has started outsourcing jobs. According to The New York Post, six People staffers—three full-time positions and three long-term contract positions—have been outsourced to Malaysia, to a company called WoodWing. The move to outsource jobs won’t come as a surprise to unionized staffers. Show More Summary

A.M. Links: Mitt Romney Says Clinton Uranium Affair Looks Like Bribery, Saudi Airstrikes in Yemen Continue, New York Mets Look for 12th Straight Win

last weekNews : Reason

Mitt Romney said the donation from a uranium company to the Clinton Foundation at around the same time Hillary Clinton approved a uranium sale involving the company when she was secretary of state looked like bribery. Today is Armenian genocide remembrance day. Show More Summary

NY Times Loses One, BuzzFeed Adds One

A couple Revolving Door items for you this morning, involving The New York Times and BuzzFeed. Details are below. Jacob Harris is leaving the Times to join 18F, a digital services company. Harris had been with the Times for nine years,...Show More Summary

Comcast deal may be dead, but cable consolidation will go on

Bloomberg News and The New York Times both said Thursday that Comcast is planning to drop its bid, citing unidentified people with knowledge of the matter. [...] cable companies are likely to keep merging as online video options proliferate, the number of cable and satellite TV subscribers slips and costs rise for the shows, sports and movies piped to subscribers. [...]Show More Summary

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