by Colin Kirkland on May 10, 6:00 AM
The rise of Big Tech and social media has threatened not only local journalism, but journalism in general, by co-opting the ways people receive information.
by Colin Kirkland on May 3, 6:00 AM
Live shopping, notoriously popular in China, could be what keeps older platforms now creeping into TikTok's shadow relevant.
by Colin Kirkland on Apr 26, 6:00 AM
One reason: It has something to do with being unable to remove My AI from your inbox.
by Colin Kirkland on Apr 19, 6:00 AM
It's still debatable how Twitter will draw the lines between content offensive enough to take down, label with a visibility alert, or let spread full-on through the platform's algorithm.
by Colin Kirkland on Apr 12, 7:00 AM
Biden and other U.S. politicians shouldn't be able to have it both ways.
by Colin Kirkland on Apr 5, 6:00 AM
Snapchat again demonstrates how it has built the largest paid-social user base, by earning teens' engagement and trust.
by Colin Kirkland on Mar 29, 7:00 AM
For one, it would "create openings for other new and emerging platforms to gain greater traction in the NIL space," said SponsorUnited's Bob Lynch.
by Colin Kirkland on Mar 22, 1:05 PM
If Musk were to open-source the company's algorithm -- something no other major tech giant has ever done -- what would that mean for brands and marketers?
by Colin Kirkland on Mar 15, 7:00 AM
According to a recent "NYT" article, Zuckerberg now has his sights set on leading the generative-AI boom, using AI to develop more products faster.
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