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The so-called "Google tax" requires aggregators to pay a fee for posting links and excerpts of news articles. Google says it can't afford the expense.
After its first stab at original series fell short of the splash Netflix made with efforts like "House of Cards," Amazon's "Transparent" is getting early Emmy chatter.
App analytics company App Annie tracks the popularity of travel and transportation apps for the first time.
Reflective service that organized user content from social networks into a timeline announces it is joining another company and will delete accounts tomorrow.
Yahoo's Nick D'Aloisio stresses again its News Digest app can't be created by AI alone, and that its premium design requires a professional touch.
Oyster has grown its library of books available to its all-you-can-eat subscribers to more than 100,000 titles. CEO Eric Stromberg told CNET how it happened, and how the company is changing the world of reading.
Threadsy, a company that runs analysis on your social graph, will soon be owned by Facebook.
CEO Matt Galligan believes that Circa has a speed advantage over other news sites and apps delivering breaking news content, and less noise than Twitter.
An illegal, hacker-helmed identity-theft service called SSNDOB -- as in Social Security Number and date of birth -- compromises servers at several major US data brokers, according to a report.
The publishers will allow Google News to share snippets of their stories -- for now.