Just like all the conventional news publications the New York Times hasn’t exactly been able to embrace the digital age. Now it’s time to change.
E-book sales steeply declined in 2016 due to multiple reasons such as an increase in their prices and less people buying dedicated e-book readers.
According to the new video released by Adobe Research the company is going to release a photo editing tool that will allow you to use voice commands.
PDF tools are usually expensive. The benefit of working with online PDF conversion tools is that they come free of cost and are better for one-off jobs.
Google has introduced a fact checking feature in Google News – both website and mobile app – to verify the authenticity of news being trended.
In order to tackle fake news on the Internet Facebook, Twitter and other conventional publishers are coming together to form a consortium.
Gawker.com is shutting down after a painful lawsuit involving a $135 million claim by the former wrestler Hulk Hogan, propped up by Peter Thiel.
It seems Instagram is turning into a video sharing app from a photo sharing app with every preceding week. Now it has started recommending interesting videos.
The New York Public library has made available 300,000 e-books through a mobile app called SimplyE. You need a library card to borrow the books.
It seems the love affair between Tumblr and Yahoo is fading as the Internet giant is unable to figure out how to make money off Tumblr.