A transplant from the west coast of Scotland to the west coast of America, Graeme is a freelance writer with a taste for pop culture and technological trends. In addition to Digital Trends, you can find his work on Time.com and Wired.com.
Launched just over a year ago, News Corp's The Daily iPad newspaper was called the future of news journalism. Now, however, it faces the possibility of cancellation as its parent company splits in two.
AMC and related channels have been missing from Dish Network since July 1 as part of a conflict over how much the cable carrier should pay for AMC content. In order to win over viewers to its side, AMC is making the new season of "Breaking…
Twitter is reportedly testing a system that will allow the platform to more closely resemble traditional targeted marketing for brands and corporations. Is this necessarily the direction promoted tweets should be moving in?
The Huffington Post is preparing to launch a new streaming video service that'll summarize the most exciting parts of the existing HuffPo empire and serve it up with a smile... but it needs your help in order to make it happen.
Nerdist Industries, the geek-entric digital presence founded by comedian Chris Hardwick, has been purchased for an undisclosed amount by Legendary Entertainment, the company behind Christopher Nolan's Batman movies. Synergy ahoy.
Is social media bad for you? A new British study strongly suggests that the answer is yes, with more than half of those contacted reporting that social networking has adversely affected their behavior.