US Condemns Houthi Rebels’ ‘Destabilizing Military Actions’
March 27 2015 11:04 PM EDT
The White House on Friday condemned the Houthi’s advancement against Yemen's elected government.
Americans Who Join ISIS Should Lose Citizenship, Palin Says
March 27 2015 10:08 PM EDT
The former Alaska governor made the plea in a Facebook post, and critics have called the idea unconstitutional.
Principal Makes Special-Needs Student Remove Varsity Jacket
March 27 2015 8:27 PM EDT
Critics call for a change in policy after a special-needs student was reportedly told to remove his varsity letter.
Tim Cook Calls For Veto Of Arkansas Anti-LGBT Bill
March 27 2015 7:11 PM EDT
Apple's openly gay CEO said Gov. Asa Hutchinson should not follow Indiana's lead on a Religious Freedom bill.
SAE Frat Members Learned Racist Chant 4 Years Ago
March 27 2015 5:09 PM EDT
University of Oklahoma officials said the chant had become an “institutionalized” part of the local SAE culture.
Some Networks Won't Survive
March 27 2015 11:07 AM EDT
No one knows which networks can work as standalone services, but new research brings us closer to an answer.
Yelp Fights To Avoid A ‘Blackfish’ Moment
March 25 2015 12:30 PM EDT
In response to a critical documentary, Yelp released evidence it says discredits the director. Is it just making things worse?
NJ Station Responds To Christie’s Car Troubles
March 24 2015 3:09 PM EDT
Townsquare Media defended the host of “Ask the Governor,” who accepted a Corvette on loan from a sponsor.
Thanks For The Interview. Have A Corvette
March 23 2015 5:39 PM EDT
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie petitioned an auto dealership to loan a Corvette to the host who interviews him on a radio show.
Cable TV Has A Weight Problem
March 20 2015 2:49 PM EDT
Executives at some indie channels say they embrace TV disruption from Dish and Sony, but analysts aren’t so sure.
‘Clickbait’ Website Elite Daily Slapped With Copyright Lawsuit
March 19 2015 6:11 PM EDT
A globe-trekking photojournalist says the millennial-focused viral news site lifted more than 25 photos from his book.
Not Even ESPN Is Safe From Bundle Disruption
March 19 2015 12:05 PM EDT
The sports network's absence from Sony's new Web TV service signifies an uncertain future for cable, research firm BTIG says.
Need A New Liver? Just Click Print
March 18 2015 9:57 AM EDT
A 3D bioprinter, a tinnitus treatment and a stress-management video game were among the many digital health tools on display at SXSW.
Can Glyph Beat The Google Glass Problem?
March 16 2015 1:29 PM EDT
The multimedia head device has an imaginative design and high-tech outputs, but will people use it in public?
If You're Reading This, It's Probably Due To An Algorithm
March 16 2015 1:03 PM EDT
You also may never see this article because a computer didn’t think it was relevant to you, and that’s a matter of great concern to two researchers at SXSW.
AOL Joins Long-Form Video Fray With 'Connected'
March 14 2015 3:58 PM EDT
IBTimes sat down with Morgan Spurlock and Dermot McCormack at SXSW to discuss AOL’s first long-form series “Connected.”
Virtual-Reality Landslide Swallows SXSW Gaming Expo
March 14 2015 10:42 AM EDT
Oculus VR would not commit to a Rift release date, but there are plenty of head-spinning VR products in the pipeline.
Um, Ello? Anti-Facebook Crusader A No-Show At SXSW
March 13 2015 2:51 PM EDT
A metaphor for Ello itself: a powerful idea that never really took off.
Showtime Readies Own Streaming Rival To HBO
March 11 2015 12:41 PM EDT
A direct-to-consumer version of Showtime is on its way, CBS chief says at an investor conference Wednesday.
Bay Area Filmmaker Takes On A ‘Billion Dollar Bully’
March 11 2015 11:03 AM EDT
No, it’s not a horror flick -- it’s an upcoming documentary featuring business owners who are fed up with Yelp.