BlackBerry Killing It In Canada / U.K. With Launch Of BlackBerry 10


BlackBerry is on a roll. 

No, really. 

The company formally known as Research In Motion announced today that the Canadian launch its new BlackBerry smartphones were the best ever for the company. ..read more

Android Users Are Shifting To Newer Versions


For years one rap on Android has been that most Android users were still using an older version of the operating system – Gingerbread, aka Android 2.3, which was first ..read more

News Corp. Posts Gain on Strength of Cable Channels


On Wednesday, the company reported net income of $2.38 billion, or $1.01 a share, compared with $1.06 billion, or $0.42 a share in the same three-month period a year earlier.

Magazines React to Post Office Cutbacks: ‘The Friday Evening Post’?


The loss of Saturday delivery are another blow for the industry, particularly affecting the newsweeklies and celebrity magazines like People.

‘Smash’ Premiere Falls Short, Loses Viewers


The show, which was extensively retooled by NBC after a disappointing season, fell a staggering 71 percent in viewership from its opening episode last season.

Things Get Rough on Twitter Over Gun Debate


Things got ugly on Twitter after the editor of Mother Jones tweeted about the murder of a former sniper over the weekend.

Cable TV Revenue Helps Spur Time Warner Profit


The revenue from ads and subscription fees from its cable properties helped overcome a challenging quarter for the media conglomerate’s publishing and movie divisions.

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