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Twitter Backlash Over CNN And MSNBC Talking Heads: STFU

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- Jon Graef, Twitter users tell CNN anchors to STFU during health care summit Here’s but a sampling of the discontent that as arisen on Twitter with CNN (note: if these are your handles, and you don’t want it to appear here, send us a DM @CNCollegenews): @thisisrobthomas: cnn...
Twitter Backlash Over CNN And MSNBC Talking Heads: STFU

Twitter Launches Expanded Tweets, Letting You Read News, Check Out Images, And Watch Video Inline

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On the Twitter blog today, the company announced a new way that users will be able to get access to an expanded array of content from partners. The latest new innovation, Expanded Tweets, will let users check out content directly from certain partners, without having to leave its web site....
Twitter Launches Expanded Tweets, Letting You Read News, Check Out Images, And Watch Video Inline

Facebook is Getting Crowded: 12 Media Apps Join Timeline

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Facebook users, do you "like" this? Today Facebook launched 12 media apps for Timeline, joining social news apps such as Yahoo!, Washington Post Social Reader, Digg Social Reader and The Guardian's social news app. This announcement comes shortly after Facebook launched 60 social apps that focused mostly on cooking, eating,...
Facebook is Getting Crowded: 12 Media Apps Join Timeline
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Breaking News debuts its first iPad app for discovering news before everyone else

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If you’re not aware, the @BreakingNews account on Twitter is one of the speediest at getting the latest worldwide breaking news to the masses. It’s quite impressive to see how far along it has come. Since MSNBC acquired the service in 2010, it keeps getting better. Today, the team launched...
Breaking News debuts its first iPad app for discovering news before everyone else

Elin had to be in on Tiger’s scandal, Carrey says - Access Hollywood - msnbc.com

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Elin had to be in on Tiger’s scandal, Carrey says - Access Hollywood - msnbc.com
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No, metered-content walls won't save journalism

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Paywalls of all kinds have been popping up at newspapers across North America like mushrooms after a rainstorm, thanks in large part to the adoption of a metered paywall at the New York Times last year. The latest to join the cavalcade are some of the major papers in Canada’s...
No, metered-content walls won't save journalism

From breaking news to Pulitzer prizes: This week in media

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Does breaking news still make sense? Is physical media dead? How can media businesses monetize their content? These are some of the interrogations that emerged in the media world over the last few days. Let’s take a look back at a week that was particularly rich in reflection upon the future...
From breaking news to Pulitzer prizes: This week in media

US judge rejects lawsuit on 2 dead Gitmo detainees - Politics- msnbc.com

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US judge rejects lawsuit on 2 dead Gitmo detainees - Politics- msnbc.com

Despite its efforts to fix vulnerabilities, Yahoo's Mail users continue reporting hacking incidents

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Yahoo Mail users have been seeing their accounts broken into for months. While Yahoo says it has plugged at least two separate security holes leading to accounts getting hijacked, it appears the problem persists. While it’s unclear how long these attacks have been going on for, we first reported Yahoo...
Despite its efforts to fix vulnerabilities, Yahoo's Mail users continue reporting hacking incidents

Email attack exploits vulnerability in Yahoo site to hijack accounts

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Hackers behind a recently detected email attack campaign are exploiting a vulnerability in a Yahoo website to hijack the email accounts of Yahoo users and use them for spam, according to security researchers from antivirus vendor Bitdefender. The attack begins with users receiving a spam email with their name...
Email attack exploits vulnerability in Yahoo site to hijack accounts

Blab launches software to predict social media conversations

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No, Blab’s new platform can’t necessarily predict the future. But what the Seattle-based social analytics company did debut today is software that will help brands determine which of the millions of social media conversations they should focus on. Using Blab’s patented technology, the company analyzes 50,000 news and social...
Blab launches software to predict social media conversations

JumpTime Gets New Patent and $4 Million to Optimize Traffic and Content Monetization

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According to traffic optimization startup JumpTime, online publishers are regularly leaving enormous sums of money on the table due to a lack of information and a poor understanding of the true value of each piece of content. “Publishers are gauging traffic incorrectly,” says co-founder and CEO Michele DiLorenzo. The data-driven...
JumpTime Gets New Patent and $4 Million to Optimize Traffic and Content Monetization

Report: Some msnbc.com staff to move off Microsoft's campus once split occurs

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It’s no secret that NBCUniversal is in serious talks to buy out Microsoft’s remaning stake in the online news venture msnbc.com. All indications point to a deal happening, with some speculation that an announcement is just days away. If the deal goes through, we’ve wondered what will happen to the...
Report: Some msnbc.com staff to move off Microsoft's campus once split occurs
Lawyer tries and fails to shut down The Oatmeal's charitable fundraiser

Data center, meet the smart grid

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This article originally appeared on GigaOM Pro, our premium research subscription service (subscription required). If one looked back at the last sixty years and told a story about the electrical grid, it would be a tale of monumental growth as electricity use in the U.S. is about 13 times what...
Data center, meet the smart grid

Infrared telescope can pick out the atmosphere on distant planets, smell what the aliens are smelling

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Astronomers in Chile using the European Southern Observatory's Very Large Telescope are now able to analyze the atmosphere on faraway planet Tau Bootis b. Using CRIRES, a supercooled infrared spectrograph bolted to the 'scope, the team was able to judge the size of the exoplanet -- and for the...
Infrared telescope can pick out the atmosphere on distant planets, smell what the aliens are smelling

Holder: Bomb suspect tried to fly to Dubai - Security- msnbc.com http://bit.ly/bsH66I

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Lung damage persists in 9/11 rescuers - More health news- msnbc.com

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Lung damage persists in 9/11 rescuers - More health news- msnbc.com

Vatican: Pope has immunity in sex abuse trials - Europe- msnbc.com

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Vatican: Pope has immunity in sex abuse trials - Europe- msnbc.com

Microsoft and NBC to part ways; MSNBC to lose the 'MS'

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MSNBC.com will be no more after NBC buys back Microsoft's shares and rebrands the site to NBCNews.com, The Daily Beast reports. [Read more]...
Microsoft and NBC to part ways; MSNBC to lose the 'MS'

Facebook: The 'Evil Interface?' - Technotica- msnbc.com

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Facebook: The 'Evil Interface?' - Technotica- msnbc.com

More media sites integrate Open Graph as social readers grow

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MSNBC.com, The Daily Show, The Huffington Post, MTV News and other media companies launched Open Graph integrations last week to enable site visitors to share their activity back on Facebook. With the announcement of the new apps, Facebook revealed statistics about existing media partners who are seeing success with Timeline:...
More media sites integrate Open Graph as social readers grow

'The Revolution Begins Here': MSNBC's First Broadcast, July 1996

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The network's first day of news reporting involved Boris Yeltsin and Bob Dole. Late yesterday, news broke that NBC and Microsoft would be parting ways. The erstwhile MSNBC.com now redirects to NBCNews.com -- a transition that signifies, The New York Times's Brian Stelter writes, "the end of a relationship between...
'The Revolution Begins Here': MSNBC's First Broadcast, July 1996

DailyDirt: Journalism FAIL

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While journalists are expected to follow a certain set of standards or code of ethics, that's not always the case. Every now and again, someone breaks the rules and gets away with it -- if only temporarily, since they usually get caught in the end. One famous example is former...
DailyDirt: Journalism FAIL

iPhone TV Show Streaming with MobiTV

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iPhone TV Show Streaming with MobiTV is a post from Chris PirilloThis is a Sponsored Post written by me on behalf of MobiTV. All opinions are 100% mine.Is it time to download the free MobiTV iPhone app? Perhaps these reasons are enough:MobiTV provides full-length video entertainment, live or on-demand, without...
iPhone TV Show Streaming with MobiTV

Laurene Powell Jobs Pushes For Immigration Reform On TV, Twitter and Facebook

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Laurene Powell Jobs appears on NBC’s “Rock Center with Brian Williams” tonight. It’s her first interview since her husband Steve Jobs died. She has a very specific agenda in mind. Along with filmmaker Davis Guggenheim, she’s pushing for immigration reform, and to promote “The Dream is Now” , a documentary...
Laurene Powell Jobs Pushes For Immigration Reform On TV, Twitter and Facebook

Report: UK to store email, phone, online records in new spy plan

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By msnbc.com staffData on all phone calls, text messages, email traffic and online visits would be stored for a year in vast databases under a new anti-terrorism plan in Britain, The Telegraph reported Saturday on its website.The report, which did not cite sources, said that phone companies and broadband providers would be...
Report: UK to store email, phone, online records in new spy plan

A Look Into China's Web Censorship Program

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kev0153 writes "MSNBC is offering a good article explaining some of the details behind China's web censorship program. 'Google's face-off with Beijing over censorship may have struck a philosophical blow for free speech and encouraged some Chinese Netizens by its sheer chutzpah, but it doesn't do a thing for Internet...
A Look Into China's Web Censorship Program
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