You might want to rethink what you’re ‘liking’ on Facebook now
Facebook’s reactions just turned one and the company is finally revealing how its revamped like button impacts your News Feed.
It turns out the company weighs reactions — love, haha, wow, sad and angry — over “likes” in determining what content to surface in your News Feed.
Rogue None: Why the Force isn’t with Star Wars at the Oscars
As Yoda might put it: awards make not one great.
Love Pocket? Mozilla just bought the app to fix its mobile problem.
Mozilla is trying to get back into mobile.
The cast of ‘Moonlight’ front new Calvin Klein underwear campaign
There’s no stopping the cast of Moonlight.
Fresh from the utter sh*tstorm that was the Oscars, Academy Award-winning Mahershala Ali and his fellow co-stars Alex Hibbert, Ashton Sanders, and Trevante Rhodes are fronting a captivating underwear campaign for Calvin Klein.
Shot by Willy Vanderperre, the campaign is a series of black and white photographs which are a mix of fashion shots and close-up portraits of the actors.
Twitch will let streamers sell games, raising loads of ethical questions
Let’s start with a hypothetical scenario …
It’s Aug. 22 and Middle-earth: Shadow of War has just launched. Joe Streamer on Twitch got the game a few days ago from Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment, and he’s finally able to start sharing it with his 10,000 followers.
Joe Streamer also sells Shadow of War through his Twitch page, compliments of a new feature the streaming service is set to offer. For every copy he sells via Twitch, he’ll pocket 5 percent of that money himself.
5 classic movies you won’t believe have fewer Oscars than ‘Suicide Squad’
Everyone’s still talking about the craziest thing that happened at the Oscars on Sunday: Suicide Squad winning one.
The DC Comics anti-hero action movie took home Best Make-up and Hairstyling. Fans had fun with it, while film snobs took it hard.
Colbert skewers Trump with a parody of that New York Times ad
Stephen Colbert is trying to outdo the New York Times — at least when it comes to criticizing Trump.
YouTube just hit a huge milestone
YouTube views aren’t slowing down any time soon.
The Google video platform said Monday that people around the world are now watching a whopping 1 billion hours of YouTube’s content every day.
The milestone “represents the enjoyment of the fantastically diverse videos that creative people make every single day,” Cristos Goodrow, VP of engineering at YouTube, wrote in a blog post Monday. “Around the world, people are spending a billion hours every day rewarding their curiosity, discovering…
Elon Musk is sending two people to the moon and everyone has FOMO
Fly us to the moon and back, Elon!
As the world attempts to chill following Oscars drama on this fine Monday, Elon Musk has casually announced that his private spaceflight company, SpaceX, will be flying two tourists around the moon in 2018.