Several American tech companies have responded to a report published in Germany’s Der Spiegel magazine detailing how NSA agents exploit vulnerabilities in their hardware and software.
Twitter is working on a new feature that would allow users to edit tweets once they are published, three sources close to the project have confirmed to The Desk.
Dow Jones, Thomson Reuters and Bloomberg LP have slashed newsroom jobs throughout the year. And if things don’t change, expect more jobs to be lost in 2014.
Train operators and a central dispatcher had trouble communicating with each other the day two Bay Area Rapid Transit employees were fatally struck by an oncoming train two weeks ago, new audio recordings reveal.
KABC-TV will be closing its Sacramento, California news bureau after 10 years, one of the last-remaining out-of-market news bureaus to operate.
Al Jazeera America confirmed via a spokesperson on Friday that the online stream for its English-language international service will be blocked in the United States upon the launch of the company’s domestic news channel.
The Syrian Electronic Army is claiming responsibility for an attack on the Twitter account of Reuters’ parent company Thomson Reuters.
An email sent by a local aviation expert to KTVU containing fake names of four pilots aboard Asiana Airlines Flight 214 was an “internal joke” that wasn’t supposed to air, a new report revealed on Friday.
A helicopter pilot who once flew news choppers for several San Francisco television stations was arrested Tuesday for allegedly providing false information to federal aviation officials.
YouTube has restored at least two videos depicting an erroneous report delivered by San Francisco-based FOX affiliate KTVU-TV that had been the subject of scrutiny and comment in the recent weeks.