Google has vowed to give brands and advertisers more tools to help prevent their ads from appearing against controversial content on YouTube. The internet giant has been facing mounting criticism over the way it makes money by selling ads against videos associated with terrorist groups. For last month’s Super Bowl, Hyundai created an advertisement hailing U.S. troops, however it was… (0 comment)

Here are six of the best photos that readers added to the Consumerist Flickr Pool in the last week, picked for usability in a Consumerist post or for just plain neatness. Want to see your pictures on our site? Our Flickr pool is the place where Consumerist readers upload photos for possible use in future… (0 comment)

Has AT&T has been cutting off service to the poor? CREDIT: AP Photo/Alan Diaz, File Telecom companies are notoriously disliked. Consumers regularly complain about mediocre service, splotchy coverage areas, and high prices. But what happens when you can’t stream House of Cards or research your term paper because the internet on your block is too slow? And… (0 comment)

“Reasonable” conservatives on the federal bench think Trump should win. CREDIT: AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File Two big stories broke Wednesday regarding President Trump’s Muslim ban, but only one of them received the headlines it deserved. Worse, the largely unmentioned story is likely to have much deeper implications for the future than the story that dominated the news. The… (0 comment)

Critics are decrying the negative impacts it could have on clean air and clean water. CREDIT: AP Photo/Josh Wood After months of promises, both on the campaign trail and since assuming office, to deliver deep cuts to the federal government, the Trump administration has finally released its proposed “skinny budget,” a top-line draft of the president’s… (0 comment)

To see what Steve King means by the term, watch how he uses it. Rep. Steve King speaks on Capitol Hill in Washington, July 24, 2013. CREDIT: AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File Rep. Steve King (R-IA) has received a lot of attention this week. On Sunday, King tweeted that “We can’t restore our civilization with somebody else’s… (0 comment)

Midemlab, the startup competition at the Midem music festival in Cannes, is getting ready to celebrate its 10th birthday this coming June. With deadlines to apply for the latest edition due March 24th, I got to thinking about last year when I served as host for the marketing-data-analytics category of the competition. The other three categories:… (0 comment)

Oracle has built a massive enterprise applications business over the decades: It bought PeopleSoft for $10 billion in 2004, Siebel Systems for nearly $6 billion the following year, and closed a $9.3 billion purchase of NetSuite a few months ago. Despite that, the company clearly still sees databases as Oracle’s bedrock, which is why it’s… (0 comment)
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