Fox, CNN, and MSNBC were missing from last night’s radical filibuster in Texas, leaving the spotlight open for a nonprofit online news publication and Twitter to become the main sources of the night’s breaking news.
NRA speaker believes games are the issue.
Not everyone is blaming video games as the reason for real-world violence.
For tomorrow’s presidential election, Twitter has partnered up with Fox News, representing the first time the two have ever come together on a social media partnership.
Rupert Murdoch is splitting News Corp, the multinational corporation behind Fox Network, Sky News, the Wall Street Journal, and 20th Century Fox, into two businesses, separating the publishing and entertainment divisions. He will remain firmly in charge as chairman of both and CEO of the entertainment business.
Here’s our roundup of the week’s tech business news. First, the most popular stories published by VentureBeat in the last seven days:
Fox News on Monday said that its Fox News Politics Twitter account had been hacked after the account falsely posted that President Obama had been shot and killed while campaigning in Iowa. President Obama is celebrating July 4 at a barbecue with military families at the White House.