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CNN.com survives random outages

Outages or inflated response times could be result of planned anti-Western media attacks by nationalistic Chinese computer hackers.

By Apr. 22, 2008


CNN honcho: Second screen? That's no way to watch TV

Second screens like tablets are a "hacked attempt" to bring social or community interaction to TV, says CNN.com's general manager. And today's set-top boxes? Very primitive.

By Dec. 12, 2013


CNN's Jeff Zucker trades analog dollars for digital quarters

"The truth is digital and people consuming news and information from all of our digital assets, that's the most important thing for us," the CNN president said.

By Jul. 23, 2013


Game on! Obama, Romney debate to stream on Xbox Live

Microsoft's live gaming service will be showing tonight's first presidential debate and giving users the ability to answer polling questions and even submit their own.

By Oct. 3, 2012


Google nabs CNN ad deal from Yahoo

The search giant says it signed a multi-year agreement with CNN.com, in a blow to rival Yahoo.

By Aug. 28, 2007


CNN turns to Zite for its real-time zeitgeist

Using tech from the service it bought last year, CNN will give readers a list of the current ten most-talked about stories, along with a variety of outside content on each subject.

By Oct. 18, 2012


Use MagicScroll Web Reader for a better reading experience

Check out a different way to scroll through long articles on the Web, making reading faster and easier on most sites.

By Jan. 22, 2013


Cyberprotests planned in support of China

Various groups are rallying supporters online for real-world and Internet protests of allegedly anti-Chinese media on Saturday. Attack on CNN.com is reportedly planned.

By Apr. 18, 2008


The troubling lexicon of texting love

While some are blaming technology for an increase in one night stands, perhaps it's simply the brevity with which people communicate by phone that suggests swift progress to sexual congress.

By Feb. 14, 2012


CNN live news comes to iPad, other mobile devices

Time Warner is making its CNN and Headline News channel available through the Web and on Apple iPhone and iPad apps, in a move that expands its TV Everywhere initiative.

By Jul. 18, 2011