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The New York Times Ends Apple News Partnership and Pulls All Articles (mac rumors)

The New York Times today announced that it is pulling out of Apple News, as the service does not "align with its strategy of building direct relationships with paying readers." Starting today, articles from The New York Times will no longer show up in the ‌Apple News‌ app. The news site says that Apple has given it "little in the way of direct relationships with readers" and "little control over the business." Rather than allowing its articles on ‌Apple News‌, The New York Times wants to dr...
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Brand Moves for Tuesday June 30

Eighteen weeks ago, when the gravity of the situation became clear, we started daily reporting on how brands were dealing with the COVID-19 crisis. What’s now becoming clear is that the current climate is one of near-perpetual disruption. So we made the decision to keep on telling the stories of inspiring brand leadership and strategy amid the latest crises in an anxious world. Our goal remains the same: to provide an up-to-the-minute source of information, inspiration and insight on brand move...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, China, Advertising, Disney, Netflix, New York Times, Broadway, The Times, Edward Albee, Reddit, The New York Times, Donald Trump


The New York Times has quit Apple News

The New York Times has removed its content from Apple News. The Times' COO said in a memo that Apple News wasn't sending readers directly to The Times, and didn't allow the paper to control the presentation of its reporting. Apple News takes a 30% cut of any subscriptions made through its app. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The New York Times has walked away from Apple News. The paper announced on Monday, June 29, that it was ending its partnership with Apple, saying Appl...
Tags: Apple, Trends, New York Times, The Times, Times, Apple News, Kopit Levien, Apple News The Times COO, New York Times COO Meredith


New York Times Ends Partnership With Apple News

The New York Times announced Monday it is stopping its partnership with Apple News, effective immediately.“The Times is one of the first media organizations to pull out of Apple News. The Times, which has made adding new subscribers a key business goal, said Apple had given it little in the way of direct relationships with readers and little control over the business. It said it hoped to instead drive readers directly to its own website and mobile app so that it could “fund quality journalism,” ...
Tags: Apple, Business, News, New York Times, The Times, Times, Mark Thompson, Apple News, Thompson, Reuters, Meredith Kopit Levien, Apple News The Times, New York Times Gains Record New Subscriptions, Q1The Times


The New York Times Removes Its Articles From Apple News

Today, the New York Times announced that it is ending its partnership with Apple News and removing its articles from the platform. Engadget reports: The issue seems to be that while other services, like Google News, send readers to publishers' websites, Apple News generally keeps readers in the app. Or, as NYT puts it, Apple's approach does not align with The Times' goal of building direct relationships with paying readers. "Core to a healthy model between The Times and the platforms is a dire...
Tags: Apple, Tech, New York Times, The Times, Google News, Apple News, Engadget, Meredith Kopit Levien The Times


The New York Times Ends Apple News Partnership and Pulls All Articles

The New York Times today announced that it is pulling out of Apple News, as the service does not "align with its strategy of building direct relationships with paying readers." Starting today, articles from The New York Times will no longer show up in the ‌Apple News‌ app. The news site says that Apple has given it "little in the way of direct relationships with readers" and "little control over the business." Rather than allowing its articles on ‌Apple News‌, The New York Times wants to driv...
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Jeff Bezos is reportedly willing to testify before Congress after Amazon resisted making him available to address antitrust concerns (AMZN)

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is willing to testify before Congress about antitrust concerns, according to a Monday report from The New York Times. The House Judiciary Committee has been conducting an inquiry into major tech companies, probing whether they've acted anti-competitively. Up until now, Amazon has resisted making Bezos available to testify. Lawmakers have threatened to subpoena Bezos, forcing him to appear before the committee. Unlike most of his peers — including Tim Cook, Sundar Pichai, ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Congress, Trends, Tim Cook, The Times, Jeff Bezos, Sundar Pichai, Bezos, House Judiciary Committee, AMZN, Covington Burling, Tim Cook Sundar Pichai, Mark Zuckerberg Bezos


How tech companies from Google to Salesforce are planning to reopen offices and bring employees back to work in the wake of the coronavirus crisis (GOOGL, AAPL, FB, CRM)

Tech companies are starting to reveal their plans for sending employees back to the office in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.  While many companies have said their employees can continue working remotely, others, like Apple, have had workers reporting to their jobs since May.  Regardless of when tech companies return to full capacity, the open-floor-plan office and free snacks Silicon Valley is famous for seem like a thing of the past. Companies like Facebook and Google are eliminating a...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Trends, Bloomberg, The Times, Silicon Valley, Salesforce, Sundar Pichai, Mark Gurman, Marc Benioff, San Francisco Bay Area, San Francisco Chronicle, Kurt Wagner, Chronicle, Cupertino California


apprendre dans un monde complexe et chaotique

Traduit par Christian Renard This is a translation of learning in complexity & chaos La plupart de nos structures de travail sont aujourd’hui conçues pour faire face à des situations compliquées, telles que la construction d’un bâtiment, le lancement d’une campagne ou la conception d’un équipement. Mais, aujourd’hui, nous devons faire face à des problèmes complexes qui ne peuvent pas être résolus de manière standardisée — inégalités, réfugiés, populisme, racisme. Chaque fois que quelqu’un est im...
Tags: Apple, White House, Complexity, New York Times, The Times, Naomi Klein, eLearning, Trump, Sonder, Bob Woodward, Cela, DONNER, NetworkedLearning, Jesse Martin, PKMastery, Bruno Marion


An online voting system used in Florida and Ohio can be hacked to alter votes without detection, researchers found

Security researchers found vulnerabilities in an online voting system that could let hackers alter votes without being detected by voters or elections officials, according to a report published Sunday. The report, published by researchers at MIT and the University of Michigan, reveals serious security problems with an online voting application made by Seattle-based Democracy Live. The online voting software is being used by some county and state governments in Colorado, Delaware, New Jersey, F...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Florida, Microsoft, West Virginia, Trends, Mit, New York Times, The Times, Ohio, Seattle, Delaware, University Of Michigan, Massachusetts Institute Of Technology, J Alex Halderman, Michael Specter


"Seeing the brutality of a white power structure toward its poor black citizens [on the streets of Ferguson], and at its rawest, helped shape the way a generation of reporters..."

"... most of them black, looked at their jobs when they returned to their newsrooms. And by 2014... Twitter...  offered a counterweight to their newsrooms, which over the years had sought to hire black reporters on the unspoken condition that they bite their tongues about racism. Now, as America is wrestling with the surging of a moment that began in August 2014, its biggest newsrooms are trying to find common ground between a tradition that aims to persuade the widest possible audience that its...
Tags: Google, Law, America, Journalism, New York Times, The Times, Nyt, Ferguson, Ben Smith, Donald Trump, Bennet, The Washington Post, Tom Cotton, Ferguson Mo, Dean Baquet, Race Consciousness


Musk visits the UK, stoking rumors of a British Tesla ‘Gigafactory’

It seems the Tesla rumors may have a notable amount of truth to them. Tesla does seem to be looking to potentially build a Gigafactory in England, UK. Last week, industry magazine, Property Week, said that the UK government and Tesla were looking for a 4 million square foot location to build a new electric vehicle factory. According to a recent report from The Times, that seems to be confirmed after Musk made a quick visit to scout locations last week. [Read: Report: The UK may give you $7,600 t...
Tags: Startups, UK, Cars, Tech, Tesla, World, The Times, Musk, Shift, England UK, Property Week


Google has rescinded thousands of job offers to temporary and contract workers, as the company continues to feel the sting of the pandemic (GOOG)

Google has rescinded job offers to more than 2,000 contract and temporary workers who were preparing to join the company, according to a new report. It's the latest cost-cutting move from Google, which is seeing its advertising business battered by the pandemic. Many of these contractors left full-time jobs to work with Google, and must now seek employment in a tough job market. Do you work at Google? Contact this reporter securely using encrypted messaging app Signal (+1 628-228-1836) or emai...
Tags: Google, Trends, The Times, Times, The New York Times Google


The New York Times Phasing Out All 3rd-Party Advertising Data

The New York Times will no longer use 3rd-party data to target ads come 2021, executives tell Axios, and it is building out a proprietary first-party data platform. From a report: Third-party data, which is collected from consumers on other websites, is being phased out of the ad ecosystem because it's not considered privacy-friendly. This has forced several big publications to rely on their own first-party data, or data that they collect directly from their users. Beginning in July, The Times w...
Tags: Tech, New York Times, The Times, Times, HHI


Vice lays off 155, as COVID-19 continues to slam media revenue

In a memo titled “The Course Ahead,” Vice Media Group CEO Nancy Dubuc announced a large round of layoffs to staff. The number includes 155 workers — 55 of whom will lose their jobs today. The remaining 100, meanwhile, will be let go in the coming weeks. The figure comprises around 5% of the company’s overall headcount. Dubuc cites “tough decisions” in the memo, noting that the company has “done absolutely everything we could to protect these positions for as long as possible, and your time a...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Media, White House, Digital, Tech, The Times, Union, The New York Times, Las Vegas, Nancy Dubuc, Times, Vice, Bustle, Las Vegas Nevada, Las Vegas NV


Quibi founder Jeffrey Katzenberg blames coronavirus for the streaming app’s challenges

Quibi founder Jeffrey Katzenberg is admitting that the short-form video service’s launch hasn’t gone the way he’d hoped — and he knows what to blame for its issues. “I attribute everything that has gone wrong to coronavirus,” Katzenberg said in an interview with The New York Times. “Everything. But we own it.” Back in April, I actually asked Quibi executives about how they thought the worldwide pandemic and widespread social distancing measures might affect their launch. After all, an app design...
Tags: TC, Mobile, Media, Tech, Netflix, New York Times, The Times, Jeffrey Katzenberg, Reno, Katzenberg, Quibi, CTO Rob Post


An official government mobile phone app could soon track millions of people in the UK in order prevent a second wave of coronavirus infections

The UK government is this week launching a mobile app for tracking and tracing the coronavirus. It will be trialled on the 141,000 people living on the Isle of Wight, an island off the south coast of England. Boris Johnson's government hopes to roll out the app to the rest of the UK this month. Scientists behind the app say 60% of people need to use it for it to be successful. Bluetooth technology will enable the UK authorities to inform people when they've had close contact with someone with ...
Tags: Apple, Health, Google, South Korea, UK, England, Germany, Singapore, Trends, NHS, Transport, The Times, National Health Service, Boris Johnson, Sky News, Iceland


Google, Facebook dodge the privacy police and Disney pulls Jedi trick on Twitter: Tuesday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters.  Data protection racket Europe entered the privacy fight two years ago with the toughest new laws in the world, ready to take on big tech, but data protectionists say the promised crackdown on Facebook and Google never came. On Monday, T...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Europe, Post, Washington Post, Advertising, Disney, New York Times, The Times, Ryan, Google Facebook, Jedi, Facebook Google, General Data Protection Regulation, Johnny Ryan


Pentagon Formally Releases 3 Navy Videos Showing 'Unidentified Aerial Phenomena'

The Pentagon on Monday formally released three unclassified videos taken by Navy pilots that have circulated for years showing interactions with "unidentified aerial phenomena." CBS News reports: One of the videos shows an incident from 2004, and the other two were recorded in January 2015, according to Sue Gough, a Defense Department spokeswoman. The 2004 incident occurred about 100 miles out in the Pacific, according to The New York Times, which first reported on the video in 2017. Two fighter...
Tags: Florida, Navy, Cbs News, Virginia, Tech, New York Times, The Times, Pentagon, East Coast, Pacific, Defense Department, Navy Videos Showing Unidentified Aerial Phenomena, Sue Gough, The Times The


Zoom is so popular in Silicon Valley, even a Google executive's child reportedly prefers it over Google's software (GOOG, GOOGL, ZM)

Videoconferencing software Zoom has become so popular, even the children of executives at its biggest rivals are fans.  According to a report from The New York Times, the son of Google's chief business officer interrupted a recent company meeting over Google Meet, Google's videoconferencing software, to say how much he and his friends like Zoom.  Zoom has skyrocketed in popularity during the coronavirus pandemic — as of April 21, it had 300 million daily active users.  Rivals like Google Meet ...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Trends, New York Times, The Times, Silicon Valley, The New York Times, Mike Isaac, Schindler, Philipp Schindler Google, Eric Yuan, Google Hangouts Meet, Sheera Frenkel, Google Meet Google


NASA Astronaut's Estranged Wife Charged With Lying About Space Crime Allegation

Last August, Slashdot reader bobstreo tipped us off to an interesting story where an astronaut accessed the bank account of her estranged spouse from the International Space Station, in what may have been the first allegation of a crime committed in space. We have now learned that the spouse has been indicted on charges of lying to federal authorities. USA Today reports: Summer Worden, 44, made false statements to NASA's Office of the Inspector General and the Federal Trade Commission, according...
Tags: Tech, Nasa, International Space Station, New York Times, The Times, Houston, Usa Today, Federal Trade Commission, Ftc, U S Army, Johnson Space Center, Anne McClain, McClain, Worden, USAA Federal Savings Bank, Ryan Patrick


The New York Times Releases Its Dataset of US Confirmed Coronavirus Cases

The New York Times has made one of the most comprehensive datasets of coronavirus cases in the United States publicly available in response to requests from researchers, scientists, government officials and businesses who would like access to the data to better understand the virus and model what may come next. From a report: The Times initially began tracking cases in late January after it became clear that no federal government agency was providing the public with an accurate, up-to-date recor...
Tags: California, US, Tech, United States, New York Times, The Times, University Of California Berkeley, Times, District Of Columbia, University of Nebraska Lincoln, Northwestern University the University of Missouri


'I am disturbed': Vermont's attorney general is suing a controversial facial recognition app that uses images scraped from social media to create a database for police and wealthy clients

Clearview AI, the company behind a controversial facial recognition app, was just sued by the Vermont attorney general over alleged privacy violations. The app uses a database of face images scraped from websites and social media, allowing clients to upload a picture of someone's face and view matches. The company's clients reportedly include police departments, multinational corporations, and wealthy individuals. This is the first lawsuit against the company filed by a prosecutor. Visit Busin...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Elon Musk, New York, Trends, New York Times, The Times, Nba, Ashton Kutcher, Illinois, Bing, Vermont, BuzzFeed News, Donovan, ClearView, Google Bing


MSCHF’s latest stunt is to pirate video from Netflix and Hulu and Disney+ and maybe build a brand

It’s very likely that you don’t know MSCHF. It’s also likely that you’ve come across one of their wild ass projects. From “Jesus Shoes” filled with holy water to a collar that lets your dog finally tell you what it thinks about you to IRL loot crates that dare you not to open them — MSCHF has been launching highly viral stunts for the past year or so. Hell they even got a vanity piece in the Times while they’re still ascendant. Pure magic given how famous the NYT has been at times for its abilit...
Tags: TC, Hbo, Media, Disney, Tech, Netflix, Showtime, Times, Hulu, Irl, Greenberg, Canaan Partners, Disney Netflix, Daniel Greenberg, The-times, Mschf


Why the Success of The New York Times May Be Bad News for Journalism

In his debut, our new media columnist says The Times has become like Facebook or Google — a digital behemoth crowding out the competition.
Tags: Google, Facebook, News, Newspapers, David, New York Times, The Times, Carr, Sulzberger, News and News Media, A G


12 ultra-wealthy people who aren't leaving their fortunes to their children

Laurene Powell Jobs doesn't plan on leaving the $24 billion she inherited from her late husband Apple founder Steve Jobs to her children, she told The New York Times on Friday. Several other high-profile millionaires and billionaires have declared they won't be leaving the entirety of their massive fortunes to their children. Many of these wealthy parents have pledged to give the majority of their wealth away to charitable organizations by signing the Giving Pledge. Sting said he plans to spen...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Star Wars, Usa, Hollywood, Jobs, Microsoft, Steve Jobs, New York City, US, America, Trends, Bloomberg, Daily Mirror, Daily Mail


LACMA’s biggest donor breaks with museum over changes in how it shows Old Master works

LOS ANGELES — In a stunning rebuke to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, a foundation virtually synonymous with the museum for 60 years and its largest donor of European Old Master paintings and sculptures, has ceased making gifts of art to the museum, it was reported Tuesday. The Ahmanson Foundation was established in 1952 by banker and financier Howard F. Ahmanson, who was also instrumental in the creation and launch of LACMA nearly a decade later. The foundation that bears his name has don...
Tags: Google, News, California News, Los Angeles, Sport, Museum, Soccer, The Times, David Geffen, LACMA, Ahmanson, Govan, Georges, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Michael Govan, Los Angeles County Museum


Russian intelligence agents reportedly went to Ireland to inspect undersea cables, and it's reigniting fears they could cut them and take entire countries offline

Russian agents have been sent to Ireland to inspect its undersea cables, and it's sparking fears they could be tapped or cut in the future, according to The Sunday Times citing Irish police. Irish security services suspect that Russia's intelligence agency, the GRU, is using their country as a base to gather intelligence on targets in the EU and UK, The Sunday Times reported. The large number of tech companies that are based in Dublin could be another reason for Russia's suspected monitoring, ...
Tags: Google, Europe, UK, London, Microsoft, California, Russia, US, Trends, Eu, Fbi, West, Ireland, The Times, Moscow, Gru


The executive producer of NYT podcast 'The Daily' describes how she came up with the idea and how the show found its footing

Before Theo Balcomb joined The New York Times in 2017, there wasn't a successful example of a daily news podcast.  Balcomb recognized potential in podcasting for short-form breaking news analysis, and brought the idea to The Times as the company was looking to expand into audio.  The Times hired Balcomb as part of a four-person team working to develop "The Daily," and she now leads a team of 30 as executive producer of the show, which clocks more than 2 million listeners per day. Click here fo...
Tags: Apple, Michael Barbaro, Washington Post, US, Trends, New York Times, The Times, Npr, Ken Burns, Times, Michael, Gimlet, Barbaro, Tobin, Dolnick, Sam Dolnick


Chinese Government Authorities Criticized For Stifling Early Response To Coronavirus

A coronavirus has now infected over 14,380 people worldwide and killed at least 304 people in China, reports the New York Times. But they also note that when the first symptoms appeared in December, Chinese authorities "silenced doctors and others for raising red flags." They played down the dangers to the public, leaving the city's 11 million residents unaware they should protect themselves. They closed a food market where the virus was believed to have started, but didn't broadly curb the wild...
Tags: China, Tech, New York Times, The Times, Wuhan, Communist Party, Yanzhong Huang



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