A project from Adobe, Twitter and The New York Times wants to help "prove" who made a photo online. It won't work.
Google's buying Fitbit, a mediocre maker of fitness wearables, but I can't quite figure out why.
GitLab made a fundamental misstep: not understanding that users don’t want to be tracked.
It's rare for Facebook employees to speak up, but they're trying to change the company's stance on paid misinformation.
As history repeats itself, when will news publishers learn to stop doing deals with the devil?
Another Facebook hearing, but this time was different: regulators are pissed about a range of topics, not just Libra.
Two years on, some reflection on where this newsletter is at.
Ghost CMS is making it easier to pay writers for their work, and membership-based publications might revive interest in blogging again.
Mark Zuckerberg loves community, but why does he keep trying to position himself as the good guy?
Netflix is about to face its toughest competition in history, but it's hard to tell what that really means for the company.