The New York Times launched 'The Voter Suppression Trail', a free-to-play browser game that highlights the difficulties many Americans will face when attempting to vote during the upcoming presidential election.
The New York Times and Starbucks announced on Tuesday that some news articles would be available for free to Starbucks loyalty members via the Starbucks mobile app, starting in the first half of next year.
Last month saw the official launch of Facebook's Instant Articles, but after the launch they were few and far between. Publishers are readying the second wave of Instant Articles, which should be much bigger, and is coming soon.
Facebook has introduced Instant Articles, a feature that provides faster access to news stories from popular media organizations. The user benefit is obvious, but it poses a potential risk for publishers.
The Syrian Electronic Army claimed responsibility for Tuesday cyberattacks on The New York Times and Twitter. But what exactly is the Syrian Electronic Army? Here's a quick rundown of the international conflict that is increasingly taking…
Without highlighting specific stories for users, Google News often seems like a giant repository of stories that doesn't have a curator. Today, Google is changing that with the roll-out of publisher picks.