Ravi Somaiya The New York Times


'Ravi Somaiya The New York Times' - 12 News Result(s)

  • Facebook Ready to Test News Project

    Facebook Ready to Test News Project

    The program will begin with a few articles but is expected to expand quickly.

  • Bezos Makes His Mark on Washington Post With New Kindle App

    Bezos Makes His Mark on Washington Post With New Kindle App

    Amazon's new app will deliver the Washington Post to some Amazon Kindle tablet owners for free.

  • Using Algorithms, Facebook Is Changing the Way Its Users Consume News

    Using Algorithms, Facebook Is Changing the Way Its Users Consume News

    Facebook is increasingly becoming to the news business what Amazon is to book publishing - a behemoth that provides access to hundreds of millions of consumers and wields enormous power.

  • Facebook Takes Steps Against 'Click Bait' Articles

    Facebook Takes Steps Against 'Click Bait' Articles

    The move is the latest in a battle between the company and sites that try to use the Facebook algorithm that ranks articles to their advantage.

  • Explosives detonated In Massachusetts standoff

    Explosives detonated In Massachusetts standoff

    Two young men, armed with guns and explosives in what appeared to be backpacks, engaged in a violent standoff with dozens of police on a street in Watertown, Mass., Thursday night, police and residents said.

  • Assange can be extradited to Sweden, says London court

    Assange can be extradited to Sweden, says London court

    A London court ruled on Wednesday that Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder, can be extradited to Sweden for questioning over allegations of sexual abuse there last year. He will seek a final appeal to the Britain's highest court, according to a person close to Mr. Assange.

  • After Britain riots, many ask 'Why,' but find no clear answers

    After Britain riots, many ask 'Why,' but find no clear answers

    Outside a London court last week, as those accused of looting and rioting in the most destructive and widespread violence in recent British history faced justice, a mother turned to her 11-year-old son, accused of theft, and asked simply, "Why?"

  • Free speech on Twitter faces test

    Free speech on Twitter faces test

    What began as seamy gossip about an affair between a famous British soccer player and a reality TV star has quickly become another test over how far the rights to privacy and free speech extend online, where social media operate in countries with vastly different laws. The soccer player has been granted a so-called super-injunction, a stringent and...

  • Royal Wedding: Amid huge fanfare, William and Kate marry

    Royal Wedding: Amid huge fanfare, William and Kate marry

    With fanfare and flags under cool, gray skies, Prince William and his longtime girlfriend, Kate Middleton, were married on Friday in one of the largest and most- watched events here in decades -- an interlude of romance in a time of austerity and a moment that will shape the future of the British monarchy. (In Pics: Kate & William, Just Married...

  • London readies for royal wedding

    London readies for royal wedding

    As last-minute preparations drew to a close, London braced Friday for a royal wedding that promises to be one of the largest and most widely watched events here in recent memory. The police expect that hundreds of thousands will throng the city's streets for the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton on Friday morning, craning for a glimpse o...

  • Hackers attack those seen as WikiLeaks enemies

    Hackers attack those seen as WikiLeaks enemies

    In a campaign that had some declaring the start of a "cyberwar," hundreds of Internet activists mounted retaliatory attacks on Wednesday on the Web sites of multinational companies and other organizations they deemed hostile to the WikiLeaks antisecrecy organization and its jailed founder, Julian Assange. Within 12 hours of a British judge's decisi...

  • WikiLeaks' Julian Assange denied bail, remanded to custody in UK

    WikiLeaks' Julian Assange denied bail, remanded to custody in UK

    After months of posting troves of classified American documents on the Internet, Julian Assange, founder of the WikiLeaks Web site, surrendered to British authorities and was jailed on Tuesday after a judge reviewing a Swedish extradition request found him to be a flight risk and denied him bail. (Read: WikiLeaks founder Assange arrested) For Mr. ...

'Ravi Somaiya The New York Times' - 12 News Result(s)

  • Facebook Ready to Test News Project

    Facebook Ready to Test News Project

    The program will begin with a few articles but is expected to expand quickly.

  • Bezos Makes His Mark on Washington Post With New Kindle App

    Bezos Makes His Mark on Washington Post With New Kindle App

    Amazon's new app will deliver the Washington Post to some Amazon Kindle tablet owners for free.

  • Using Algorithms, Facebook Is Changing the Way Its Users Consume News

    Using Algorithms, Facebook Is Changing the Way Its Users Consume News

    Facebook is increasingly becoming to the news business what Amazon is to book publishing - a behemoth that provides access to hundreds of millions of consumers and wields enormous power.

  • Facebook Takes Steps Against 'Click Bait' Articles

    Facebook Takes Steps Against 'Click Bait' Articles

    The move is the latest in a battle between the company and sites that try to use the Facebook algorithm that ranks articles to their advantage.

  • Explosives detonated In Massachusetts standoff

    Explosives detonated In Massachusetts standoff

    Two young men, armed with guns and explosives in what appeared to be backpacks, engaged in a violent standoff with dozens of police on a street in Watertown, Mass., Thursday night, police and residents said.

  • Assange can be extradited to Sweden, says London court

    Assange can be extradited to Sweden, says London court

    A London court ruled on Wednesday that Julian Assange, the WikiLeaks founder, can be extradited to Sweden for questioning over allegations of sexual abuse there last year. He will seek a final appeal to the Britain's highest court, according to a person close to Mr. Assange.

  • After Britain riots, many ask 'Why,' but find no clear answers

    After Britain riots, many ask 'Why,' but find no clear answers

    Outside a London court last week, as those accused of looting and rioting in the most destructive and widespread violence in recent British history faced justice, a mother turned to her 11-year-old son, accused of theft, and asked simply, "Why?"

  • Free speech on Twitter faces test

    Free speech on Twitter faces test

    What began as seamy gossip about an affair between a famous British soccer player and a reality TV star has quickly become another test over how far the rights to privacy and free speech extend online, where social media operate in countries with vastly different laws. The soccer player has been granted a so-called super-injunction, a stringent and...

  • Royal Wedding: Amid huge fanfare, William and Kate marry

    Royal Wedding: Amid huge fanfare, William and Kate marry

    With fanfare and flags under cool, gray skies, Prince William and his longtime girlfriend, Kate Middleton, were married on Friday in one of the largest and most- watched events here in decades -- an interlude of romance in a time of austerity and a moment that will shape the future of the British monarchy. (In Pics: Kate & William, Just Married...

  • London readies for royal wedding

    London readies for royal wedding

    As last-minute preparations drew to a close, London braced Friday for a royal wedding that promises to be one of the largest and most widely watched events here in recent memory. The police expect that hundreds of thousands will throng the city's streets for the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton on Friday morning, craning for a glimpse o...

  • Hackers attack those seen as WikiLeaks enemies

    Hackers attack those seen as WikiLeaks enemies

    In a campaign that had some declaring the start of a "cyberwar," hundreds of Internet activists mounted retaliatory attacks on Wednesday on the Web sites of multinational companies and other organizations they deemed hostile to the WikiLeaks antisecrecy organization and its jailed founder, Julian Assange. Within 12 hours of a British judge's decisi...

  • WikiLeaks' Julian Assange denied bail, remanded to custody in UK

    WikiLeaks' Julian Assange denied bail, remanded to custody in UK

    After months of posting troves of classified American documents on the Internet, Julian Assange, founder of the WikiLeaks Web site, surrendered to British authorities and was jailed on Tuesday after a judge reviewing a Swedish extradition request found him to be a flight risk and denied him bail. (Read: WikiLeaks founder Assange arrested) For Mr. ...

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