Blendle is a service that lets you read articles from popular publications, for a small fee per story. While great for casual readers who want to get around the occasional pay-wall, news junkies could go broke.
Facebook is rolling out a new feature soon that may help struggling publications sell more subscriptions, but now Apple wants a slice of the revenue. In response, the new feature will only be available on Android devices.
Researchers from the University of Washington and Microsoft collaborated on a project that could revolutionize data storage. The team has developed a way of storing data on DNA, reducing the storage size needed to save our files and images.
Google has introduced its own platform for publishers, named Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP). It is an open source project to build a faster mobile Web, capable of loading webpages ten times faster as it does currently.
Politicians have wasted no time in painting the biggest target of the year on the backs of news outlets on both sides of the fence. But what is the media really writing about? The Analytics Election Tracker 2016 from OpenText knows.
Google's News Lab aims to help journalists report more effectively using the company's research and editorial tools. It offers tutorials on Google's search products, plus partnerships with organizations to help verify crowdsourced content.
You may have heard about the Vegan Sellout List, a site shaming ex-vegans. Horrible, right? The site creators think so, too. Turns out the list was little more than a stunt to redirect your eyeballs to something else.