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Between “fake news” and lawsuits, few tech companies have been busier than Facebook. As a result, the platform’s technological ethos is changing. Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has hinted that the company might phase out its classic news feed to focus on its Stories and Messenger features. Among these new avenues for monetization is Facebook Watch,... Continue reading »

"On TV And Video" is a column exploring opportunities and challenges in advanced TV and video. Today’s column is written by Chris LaHaise, director of TV solutions at dataxu. LUMA Partners CEO Terry Kawaja recently named advanced TV as the thing he was most bullish about in the coming year. “I am most excited about... Continue reading »

Here’s today’s news round-up… Want it by email? Sign up here. Worth A Fortune Meredith sold the business news publication Fortune to Thai billionaire Chatchaval Jiaravanon for $150 million. Jiaravanon is the son of Sumet Jiaravanon, executive chairman of Thailand’s largest conglomerate, Charoen Pokphand Group, which spans food, retail, auto, finance, pharma and telco companies.... Continue reading »

Like Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, the mum-to-be was out attending Remembrance Day events over the weekend in London. First of all, Meghan, Duchess of Sussex attended the Remembrance Festival on Saturday (November 10) followed by a Remembrance Sunday event. Remembrance Festival: She pulled a royal rewear and

Natalie Portman made a grand entrance at the 'Vox Lux' AFI FEST 2018 Special Screening on Friday (November 9) in Hollywood, California. The Dior ambassador has donned a string of outfits from the house recently but this Fall Haute Couture gown made for a memorable look. The blush hue might be understated, but it

Tired of award shows where your favorite movies or TV series fail to win? Well, Sunday's People's Choice Awards may be the ceremony for you.

Arrow Capital will provide early funding to new companies that are connected to someone who currently has or previously had a UC Berkeley affiliation

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"Anna" will not stop calling. She really, really wants to sell you health insurance.
What a lot of consumers really, really want is to smack Anna upside her robo-calling head.
With health insurance open-enrollment season underway, automated phone calls offering Affordable Care Act or other health plans are spiking - and driving many consumers to the brink. California residents may have it worst, because its open-enrollment period is twice as long as in other parts of the country.

There was complete silence along Napa's Soscol Avenue as police escorted the body of Alaina Housley through her hometown

To all of the heroic veterans in our Union and across the nation, we honor you. Your selfless commitment to our great nation and its people is truly remarkable. Without …

A 10-year-old soccer player from Santa Rosa never gave up when his team was down and it offered him an opportunity to absolutely stick a game-tying bicycle kick with just minutes remaining. And a week later he's the talent on That Kid's Got Game.

"At a time when our every effort should be focused on vanquishing the destructive fires and helping the victims, the president has chosen instead to issue an uninformed political threat aimed squarely at the innocent victims of these cataclysmic fires."

SEAR Telecoms — a business venture of Mindanao-based TierOne Communications, the Luis Chavit Singson Group of Companies, and a few foreign businesses — insisted that one of its members, TierOne, has existing ties with Mindanao Islamic Telephone Company (Mislatel), which is part of the consortium declared as the provisional winner.

After another repeat wear, Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge was back to her duties attending Remembrance Day events. Firstly, she stepped out at a festival on Saturday (November 10) in London followed by a Remembrance Sunday event. Remembrance Festival: Her black Roland Mouret dress was effortlessly chic and the

SANAA, Yemen (AP) - Street battles raged on Sunday in several areas of Yemen's contested port city of Hodeida, where a U.S.-backed, Saudi-led coalition is trying to drive out Iran-backed Shiite rebels, officials said
They say airstrikes from warplanes and Apache attack helicopters shook residential neighborhoods throughout the day, while ground forces clashed around the university in the city's south, as well as al-Thawra and May…

There's a new tool that lets amputee ballet dancers perform on pointe. As reported in Dezeen, an architecture and design magazine, industrial designer Jae-Hyun An has created a prosthesis he calls the "Marie . T" (after Marie Taglioni, of course) that allows dancers with below-the-knee amputations to do pointe work.

The Warriors take on the Clippers for the first time this season on Monday night in Los Angeles.

Pabst Brewing Company and MillerCoors are going to trial, with hipster favorite Pabst contending that MillerCoors wants to put it out of business by ending a longstanding partnership through which it brews Pabst's beers.

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Powerful winds are expected to sweep through California on Sunday, exacerbating three major fires that have ravaged both ends of the state for several days.

Warriors director of player personnel Larry Harris was scouting Keifer Sykes, a high-scoring point guard for Wisconsin-Green Bay, when he jotted down a note: “Alfonzo McKinnie has a chance down the road.” It was winter 2014, and McKinnie — a part-time starter for the Phoenix just beginning to find his rhythm after getting his right meniscus removed — was far from an NBA prospect. But Harris…