The screenless internet could be amazing — or terrible.
Farhad ManjooI write big parts of my columns in a weird new way: I speak them.
I talk to myself walking around town wearing headphones, record and transcribe my thoughts, turn them into content.
This makes me optimistic about the screenless internet.
Andrew Policy on News and Information Ombudsman: “Fake news” is a rampant problem. Online media market incentives reward ‘clickbait’ and controversy even as our social media feeds send us more and more outrageous stories to incite a reaction.
Ten years ago, the tax agency formed a special team to unravel the complex tax-lowering strategies of the nation’s wealthiest people. But with big money — and Congress — arrayed against the team, it never had a chance.
Business Insider's Blodget, The New York Times' Farhad Manjoo and CNBC's Phil LeBeau joins "Squawk Alley" to discuss the controversy surrounding Elon Musk's tweets and whether the company's aspirations of building half a million cars in a year is...
A White House official claims more than two dozen denials for security clearances were overturned. Six months after Saudi agents killed journalist Jamal Khashoggi, what has changed in the U.S-Saudi relationship? And oversight committees gear up for...
Steve Jobs wanted to put a ding in the universe. Today, Apple wants to ding your pocketbook.
Farhad ManjooIn my column this week I criticized Apple for thinking too small, acting more like a digital athleisure brand than a company with leverage over the ruinous online world.
I’ll chat about here at 10:30/1:30 today ....
Farhad ManjooWe used to count on Apple to change the fundamentals of the tech industry.
Now it’s dickering with TV shows.
The digital world is burning up, and Apple is capable of exerting power to effect big change.
It’s shrinking from the moment.
Murdoch and his children have toppled governments on two continents and destabilized the most important democracy on Earth. What do they want?
Farhad Manjoothe @jonathanmahler / @jimrutenberg dive into the murdoch dynasty is so good I'm going to run out of superlatives to describe it.
one thing it does really well is explain the Murdoch Flywheel:
media power -> political power -> media power