Billions of advertising revenue is thought to have been lost from ad-blockers.
More game developers want to make games for the HTC Vive than Microsoft's console.
Free speech advocates warn that the disappearance of sex ads could have chilling effects on Facebook, Twitter, and other popular sites.
According to a year-long study from Stanford researchers, the inability of young students to tell “fake news” from real news is alternately “dismaying,” “bleak,” and a “threat to democracy.”
2016 was the year that the likes of Instagram and Twitter decided they knew better than you what content you wanted to see in your feeds.
Miracle on 22nd Street.
The short story LOST examines a new form of interactive storytelling that uses a chatbot.
Hoaxy is a website that shows you exactly who is sharing what types of articles online, and how far they've spread on social media.
Organizations like Politifact and Snopes will help verify stories as they're shared.
Twitch streamers will be able to stream non-gaming content under a new "IRL" category.