The United States and Ghana are more or less evenly matched on the field. But plans to broadcast today’s World Cup match between the two nations show how far apart their economies remain.
Traffic to the New York Times homepage fell by half in the last two years, according to the newspaper’s internal review. That’s not necessarily a reflection of any problems at the Times but the reality of how news is now distributed on the internet.
To get people watching live video online, add suspense. New data suggest much of the NCAA men's basketball tournament streaming has concentrated on the final minutes of nail-biting upsets.
One of the biggest nights in American television was essentially unwatchable online, as technical problems marred various live streams of the Oscars and highlighted the huge gap between internet TV’s promise and its glitchy reality.
Every time you refresh your tweets, Twitter banks a tenth of a penny.
The proposed new rules over in-flight cellphone use aren’t really about making phone calls. They’re about data.
It’s a Wonderful Life is a staple of the holiday season in the United States, but it was once considered un-American by the government.
Twitter’s IPO filing is ready, and the company intends to make it public this week, according to someone familiar with the plan. The goal is for Twitter to begin trading, likely on the New York Stock Exchange, before Thanksgiving.
Twitter, Facebook, and other social networks are back online in Iran.
Twitter would like to go public as quietly as possible. And to do that, it will go public as quickly as possible, too.
Years of halting negotiations with cable companies haven’t gotten Apple much closer to its grand vision for television. But a newer strategy of talking directly to content providers seems more promising.
For many movies these days, the shortest route to the top of the charts is through the alphabet.
Tinder, the popular mobile dating app that matches people based on how they rate each other’s photographs, briefly exposed the physical location of its users to other people on the service.
Wendy’s, the American fast-food chain best known for square hamburger patties and its now-deceased founder Dave Thomas, is trying to reinvent itself. Earlier this year, Wendy’s rolled out a new, simpler logo for its stores and packaging: