Tech Behemoths, Digital Startups Struggle to Counter East Bay 'News Desert'Ownership changes and consolidations have left the East Bay with just a single daily newspaper. Can online media operations adequately serve this thriving region which Congressman Mark DeSaulnier has called a "news desert?"
Twitter Stock Tumbles 15% After It Purged Fake Accounts The number of people using Twitter fell during the three months ending in June as it worked to clean up the platform and comply with new privacy regulations.
Social Media Upends Politics PlaybookWith the rise of social networking platforms, politicians' campaign efforts can be targeted to narrow slices of the electorate with ads that can run continuously with no disclosure of who is paying for them.
Parents Of Small Children Should Unplug Tablets, TVs, Digital MediaIt's hard for parents to resist technology, especially when it promises to make your young child smarter but medical experts say they don't.
Verizon Said To Have Bought Yahoo For Nearly $5 BillionThe deal is expected to be announced formally on Monday before markets open, according to multiple media reports.
Oakland’s Youth Radio Launching Digital Media ProgramFunded by the U.S. Labor Department, the program aims at training low-income youth on several different aspects of media.