Flipboard Redesigned Its App as a ‘Smart Magazine’ for Personalized and Socialized Reading

Flipboard's updated app uses machine learning to customize reading experiences for users from across platforms and types of content.

The New York Times Is Now Offering Free Spotify Premium With Its Digital Subscription

News and music have, after all, gone well together since the birth of radio.

Mother Jones Wins Magazine of the Year at 2017 Ellies

The 41-year-old bimonthly beat out The New Yorker, Cosmopolitan, The California Sunday Magazine and New York magazine.

Twitter Is Cracking Down on Trolls and Offensive Tweets With These New Tools

The company is debuting ways to permanently ban repeatedly abusive users as well as downplay sensitive tweets in search and news feeds.

As Snap Prepares to Go Public, Will Facebook Steal Its Massive Momentum?

With Snap Inc. becoming a public company, some tech industry insiders have questions about user growth and revenue.

The New York Times Is the Latest Publisher to Join Snapchat Discover

The Grey Lady is joining Snapchat, sharing a daily roundup of stories on weekdays.

Facebook Now Makes 84% of Its Advertising Revenue From Mobile

The social network's fourth-quarter earnings beat analysts' expectations, with total advertising revenue up 53 percent in a year.

Hearst’s Digital Head Says Mobile Platforms Should Share More Revenue With Publishers

Troy Young says that for publishers like Hearst, revenue from content distributed on platforms is still a long way off.

Bleacher Report Caters to Millennial Men With Thoughtful Sports Analysis and Parody Videos

People talk about sports a little differently than they used to. Post-game discussions don't have to wait for the next morning's water cooler chats. Instead, fans turn to Twitter during the game for up-to-the-minute reactions, GIFs, jokes and memes. 

Facebook Is Changing How It Ranks Videos in the News Feed

Facebook announced today that it's changing how it ranks videos that appear in the News Feed.