Digiday :: The Verge, like many of its tech-news peers, started out as a predominately guy-focused site, but to meet the growth demands of the digital economy, it has had to become more female-friendly.
Digiday :: Snapchat is starting to work on a crucial part of any growing digital ad business: an API that would let third-party technology partners plug in and start buying ad spots.
RFERL :: The European Union’s executive body will take up the issue of controversial new amendments to Poland’s media law when it meets later this month.
Guardian :: Last year saw the digital media upstarts step up a gear, and 2016 looks set to see them consolidate their place alongside established media businesses.
Recode :: If you’re reading this in Germany, and you waited until the New Year to buy a new iPhone or iPad, your device-to-be just got more expensive.
Cinema Blend :: Baron oversaw the investigation into the rampant child abuse in and around Boston. You can imagine that seeing yourself being portrayed up on screen is somewhat bizarre, but rather than being unable to invest in the film because he was one of the characters, Baron insisted that he actually became emotional while watching it.
The Digital Reader :: Chris Meadows over at Teleread brings our attention to Samsung’s next refrigerator. It comes equipped with a large screen but something tells me that we’re not going to be reading on it.