There's hope for it yet.
The company's board made it clear that more can and should be done to create safer and more inclusive spaces.
Health agencies are continuing to learn about how the virus spreads.
The U.S. Justice Department said the man has since admitted that he did not, in fact, have Covid-19.
Netflix is planning to purge its service of subscribers whose accounts are no longer actively being used.
Apple has entered into a 15-year agreement with Sony.
Apple's streaming TV service finally seems to be caving to the Netflix model.
It's a pretty bleak outlook.
A spokesperson for Amazon says that the company plans to invest in safety measures, but that feels like far too little far too late.
For those who haven’t been following along at home, Musk has for some time now been publicly melting down over lockdown orders.
May you have double rainbows forever, friend.
As a very ugly standoff develops between legacy cinemas and legacy studios, Disney appears to be playing its cards close to its chest.
Personally, I welcome whatever reality TV drivel Twitch dreams up to feed our insatiable appetite for content.
It’s cutting 3,700 roles as the coronavirus crisis pummels its ride-share business.
Private Relay, which is currently in a testing phase, can generate an email alias with just a single click.
You must eat chips.