After a period of beta testing, all our readers outside the UK, US and Australia can now enjoy an international edition of our homepage.
A new study shows that the mobile Web is being used just as much as apps
The initiative formerly known as “Project Lightning” introduces curated collections of tweets around news, sports, and entertainment, and some news organizations will be able to make their own.
When I started working as a journalist in Colombia in 2006, "What do I do if I get kidnapped?" was a common topic at parties. In fact in 2007, my brother (not a journalist) got kidnapped in a small town outside of Medellín.
For the handful of publishers that get top billing on Snapchat Discover, attracting new viewers has been pretty straightforward. Everyone else has had to work a bit harder.
Since it launched in earnest this spring, members of the Coral Project, a collaborative effort to rethink community engagement around news, have heard from all kinds of people.
If not for Cards Against Humanity’s new inhouse studio, the Chicago Podcast Cooperative may never have been born.
According to more than 20 current and former colleagues Re/code interviewed over the past few weeks, Dorsey has grown up.
Ad blockers, which Apple first allowed on the iPhone in September, promise to conserve data and make websites load faster. But how much of your mobile data comes from advertising?
Ever since the release of iOS 9, I’ve been experimenting with a new kind of homescreen. Call it the unscreen.
The New York Times and the Guardian have said they will be partners.
If you live in certain media and technology circles, there’s a very good chance you’re already using Nuzzel.
In its first virtual-reality documentary, Frontline transports viewers to a spot under a towering tree in West Africa, believed to be the origination point for the Ebola virus that became a global health crisis last year.