After making Facebook aware of inappropriate content, the BCC was reported to a UK group that handles child exploitation.
Tumblr announced an upcoming partnership program for it’s users. It will allow them to take a part of ad revenue generated by their blog.
A cable over 4100 miles long is under development by Facebook and Microsoft. It will stretch from Virginia to Spain and help increase bandwidth for use by the two companies and others.
A collection of internet organizations, including Kickstarter and Reddit, organized with Fight for the Future to urge the government commission to examine services that are exempt from data usage. These include T-Mobile’s Binge On, which keeps content providers like Netflix and YouTube from using customer’s data. The group believes these could be a threat to net neutrality, they said in a letter.
The new service launched on May 10, along with a company press release. The service allows users to upload their own videos, as well as profit from the sales of or preroll ad views on those videos.
The streaming service, a joint venture between Disney, Comcast, and Fox will attempt to rival Sling, Playstation Vue, and “skinny” TV packages.
Oculus Social, a new update date adding social functions to the Samsung Gear VR, went live on March 9.
In a blog post by CEO Jason Kilar, Vessel announced on March 7 that the service would be going ad-free, stating that “one of the most popular requests has been for an ad-free experience.” In the same announcement, Vessel also revealed their new payment plan. The standard $2.99 monthly subscription…
In an announcement on their official blog, YouTube revealed the first batch of YouTube Red exclusive content that will release on February 10, 2016. Four pieces of content will release through the YouTube Red channel exclusively for members to the company’s new paid subscription service. Lazer Team, a sci-fi movie by RoosterTeeth Productions…
In recent months, Twitter has been removing ads, or reduced the number of them, for various “VIP” users. In an report by Re/code, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey endorsed the idea to cater to it’s more active users back in September, attempting to keep those users more engaged with them.