Scribd's all-you-can read service adds major newspaper articles
The service will pay the newspapers for every article in an effort to fight fake news.
WSJ: Facebook rejects female-authored code more often than male
The Social Network said there wasn't enough data to back up the claim.
All opinions are equal in BuzzFeed's new comment system
Outside Your Bubble tries to teach readers about how different people think.
Amazon Echo and Google Home want to be your new house phone
Several privacy and technical concerns need to be addressed before that can happen.
Government watchdog says SpaceX Falcon 9s are prone to cracks
It says both Boeing and SpaceX will likely delay their manned flights to the ISS.
The Wall Street Journal's customer database was hacked
The WSJ says that most customer financial data is safe, but names and email addresses could be at risk.
WSJ: Sprint's cutting budgets by $2.5 billion, layoffs inbound
The Wall Street Journal reports that Sprint is prepping to cut some $2.5 billion in costs that will "inevitably result in job reductions."
WSJ: Facebook to start hosting other sites' content this May
Facebook might start natively hosting full Buzzfeed, National Geographic and The New York Times ar...
WSJ: YouTube isn't making money, even with a billion viewers
Despite "Gangnam Style" having over two billion views, hosting countless other viral clips and net...