Tim Armstrong tells employees he made a mistake when he fired Abel Lenz during a Patch all-hands meeting.
Roger Ebert, who died last week at 70, wasn't only a successful film critic. He was also a successful user of social media. We can all still learn from him.
The Inspiration Mars Foundation hopes to get a two-person crew to Mars and back starting in 2018 — and it's got a plan that can work.
The hyperlocal source of news and information may have been an innovative approach to media, but NBC says it wasn't doing well as a business.
Although few are talking about it, the new video app could be a perfect tool for citizen journalists, and news organizations that want access to real-time news. One Vine shows the potential.
As people go online to keep tabs on Hurricane Sandy, news outlets including the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal are responding by making their content free, for a while.
More than 250,000 people signed Mark Shields' petition demanding better conditions for workers who assemble iPads. Shields said he fell into the cause accidentally. But he also does this sort of thing for a living.
Almost everyone will miss almost everything discussed on social media. So...here's what was hot last week, including widely shared topics such as the killing of a Florida teen and Twitter's sixth birthday.
Almost everyone will miss almost everything discussed on social media. Here's what was hot last week, including widely shared topics such as Goldman Sachs, Mike Daisey and Pinterest.
Since almost everyone will miss almost everything shared on social media, here's a weekly guide to things that may have passed you by.