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  • Twitter analytics: Learn more about your tweets

    Twitter analytics: Learn more about your tweets
    If you've never typed analytics.twitter.com into your browser, I'll give you a minute to do that now. But you have to promise me one thing: You have to come back and read the rest of this column, because it's that easy to get lost in a sea of awesome data...
  • At Whisper's news-gathering operation, data collection comes under siege

    At Whisper's news-gathering operation, data collection comes under siege
    Can an app that people anonymously share confessions on, some of which become fodder for news stories, protect the users' identities? That's the issue surrounding Whisper this week. When opening the anonymous message board app Whisper on an iOS device...
  • USC Now mailbag: Justin Wilcox and LenDale White filled the inbox

    USC Now mailbag: Justin Wilcox and LenDale White filled the inbox
    There was certainly no shortage of messages in my inbox this week, so apologies in advance that I could not get to them all. It’s not even Sunday morning after a game, but I feel like I could write five things I learned about USC fans. Right...
  • Twitter lets users stream music, audio via SoundCloud tie-up

    Twitter lets users stream music, audio via SoundCloud tie-up
    Twitter Inc will allow users to play podcasts, music and other audio clips direct from their timelines, or message feeds, via a new feature designed in partnership with Berlin-based audio-streaming service SoundCloud. The online messaging service...
  • Twitter Introduces New Audio Card Feature With Soundcloud, iTunes

    Much like how Twitter users are able to embed photos, videos and gifs directly into tweets, the social media platform is making it possible to embed audio as well in a new partnership with Soundcloud and Apple. Twitter announced in a blog post on...
  • HBO to offer its programming over the Internet

    HBO to offer its programming over the Internet
    In a blow to cable and satellite TV providers, HBO will offer its programs directly to consumers over the Internet — potentially giving millions more Americans another reason to cancel their pay TV service. The premium network — home to...
  • Hillary Clinton: Reporters today spend too little time reporting

    If Hillary Rodham Clinton runs for president in 2016, she may indeed run a very different campaign than she did in 2008. One area where there is unlikely to be change? Clinton still has no love for the media. Delivering a keynote address at a Salesforce...
  • Teen social network Let moves to L.A. after winning over YouTube stars

    Teen social network Let moves to L.A. after winning over YouTube stars
    The millionaire creator of a Facebook competitor for teenagers, Pascal Lorne needed, well, teenagers. Six months ago, he urged young users of Vine, Twitter and YouTube who had large followings to try his social network, Let. Crickets. His fifth...
  • Red light cameras: Driver wins vs. Hollywood

    Red light cameras: Driver wins vs. Hollywood
    The city of Hollywood violated state law by relying on a private company to issue red light camera citations, a state appeals court ruled Wednesday. The ruling came in a case involving motorist Eric Arem, who received a citation from American Traffic...
  • Investigation finds no Ferguson grand jury leak, but finds a 'hack'

    Investigation finds no Ferguson grand jury leak, but finds a 'hack'
    The leaks from the grand jury investigating the police shooting of an unarmed 18-year-old in Ferguson, Mo., are not coming from the grand jurors themselves, officials said Thursday. The St. Louis area is tensely awaiting the grand jury's decision,...
  • With selfies and listicles, U.S. politicians go vote-hunting on social media

    From viral videos to selfies, listicles and "throwback Thursday" photos, candidates in the Nov. 4 midterm elections are leaving no social media stone unturned. Where a 2010 gubernatorial or congressional campaign could proudly claim an active presence on...