Capital New York :: Two years after dropping The Associated Press, a group of newspapers owned by Tribune Publishing have resumed the services provided by the news agency, which syndicates articles, photos and video to media outlets around the world.
Multichannel :: A new study by Nielsen shows, unsurprisingly, that most Twitter TV-related traffic takes place during live airing windows, but that there’s still plenty of social chatter occurring between live TV events.
The Information :: Changes in technology, specifically sharing services, have dramatically shifted the types of photos that we take, and therefore changed how we shape the memories they capture.
The Verge :: There has been a lot of hacking news in the past few weeks, and now noted technology news site Ars Technica has fallen victim to a hack.
CBS News :: Twitter users will no longer have to scroll through hours of tweets to see highlights of what they might have missed since they last logged on.
Mada Masr :: The Court of Cassation accepted the appeal of three Al Jazeera staffers jailed on terrorism-related charges on Thursday, and has ordered a retrial.
iBRABO :: This week  one of New Zealand’s well known jihadists, Mark Taylor, removed 45 tweets after he discovered that he was broadcasting his twitter location to every intelligence agency (and others) keeping tabs on him.