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Norwegian tourist board says it can't a-fjord the bad publicity from 'Land of Chlamydia' posters

The Register - 23 min 3 sec ago
No claps for you: Marketing director slams condom ad

An ad campaign branding Norway the "Land of Chlamydia" has been slapped down by tourist bosses.…

World Cup sees Google Translate use within Russia jump 30% - CNET - News - 34 min 36 sec ago
The most popular queries include "world cup," "stadium" and "beer."

Article 13: Europe's hotly debated copyright law, explained - CNET - News - 36 min 6 sec ago
The proposed European Copyright Directive is being called a war on memes. Here's why.

Sinemia preempts MoviePass with family-plan subscriptions from $9 per month - CNET - News - 37 min 6 sec ago
None of them cost more than $5 per ticket per person.

YouTube now lets you pay $4.99 per month to support your favorite creators

Ars Technica - 37 min 23 sec ago

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At this year's VidCon festival, YouTube debuted new ways for creators to make money on its platform. Most YouTube creators make a profit through ad revenue, but they'll now have Channel Memberships and Merchandise features to bolster their income—if they pass specific subscriber thresholds.

Channel Memberships is a rebrand of Subscriptions, a feature that had been tested out by select creators for a while. Channel Memberships allow viewers to pay $4.99 per month to support each of their favorite creators. In return, those members get special badges and emoji, members-only posts in the Community tab, and unique perks offered by creators themselves such as exclusive livestreams, extra videos, and more. Not all creators can make use of Channel Memberships—only those with over 100,000 subscribers can.


Merchandise is exactly what it sounds like—merchandise that creators can customize and feature on a digital "shelf" on their YouTube channel. The company partnered with Teespring to bring over 20 pieces of merchandise that US-based creators can make their own and sell to their viewers. The threshold for Merchandise is lower than that of Channel Memberships, as those with over 10,000 subscribers can design and sell their own shirts and other items.

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Supreme Court says warrant necessary for phone location data - CNET - News - 40 min 44 sec ago
US justices say law enforcement needs a warrant to follow your digital footprint.

Google Measure update adds ARCore Android phone compatibility - CNET - News - 1 hour 17 sec ago
The app now works with Google's Pixel 2 and Samsung's Galaxy S9.

VW Bonneville Jetta set to conquer the salt flats at over 200 mph - Roadshow - News - 1 hour 1 min ago
The company will campaign a 2019 Jetta with a bigger turbocharged engine under the hood, in the hopes of breaking that two century mark.

'Driver' of autonomous Uber was watching Hulu during fatal Arizona crash - Roadshow - News - 1 hour 19 min ago
Rafaela Vasquez, the assigned driver of Uber's prototype, self-driving Volvo XC90, could face a charge of vehicular manslaughter for driving while distracted.

2019 Chevy Blazer: the return of a legendary SUV - Roadshow - News - 1 hour 27 min ago
New Blazer adds some needed style to the Chevrolet crossover SUV lineup.

Why the 'feudal' tech monopolies run rings around competition watchdogs

The Register - 1 hour 30 min ago
Rather than break up Google, can we try owning our data?

Interview Competition watchdogs need to move faster and consider the bigger picture to deal effectively with transnational tech behemoths like Google, says BT's former chief lawyer.…

My past life as a projectionist: How robots took my job - CNET - News - 1 hour 42 min ago
Commentary: I’m 25 and already my job has been stolen by machines.

Google Doodle marks hospice pioneer Dame Cicely Saunders' 100th birthday - CNET - News - 1 hour 53 min ago
Saunders founded the first modern hospice in 1967.

Buttonless and port-free: Expect the next iPhone to be as smooth as a baby's bum

The Register - 1 hour 57 min ago
Wot? No Lightning?

Apple prompted complaints when it removed the 3.5mm audio port from iPhones in 2016. Expect future models to be even more radical.…

This VW Jetta is stripped down and seriously fast - Roadshow - News - 2 hours 2 min ago
The Bonneville Jetta is out to break some speed records.

Amazon staffers protest firm's 'support of the surveillance state'

The Register - 2 hours 29 min ago
Letter to Bezos: 'We refuse to contribute to tools that violate human rights'

Amazon workers have reportedly called on their bosses to stop selling facial recognition kit to cops and spies, and slammed its links to data analytics biz Palantir.…

Facebook launches Messenger Kids in Peru and Canada - CNET - News - 2 hours 32 min ago
The chat app, which has drawn criticism from child advocacy groups, is going international.

Paul McCartney sings the Beatles' hits in Carpool Karaoke - CNET - News - 2 hours 37 min ago
Drive My Car! The famous singer and songwriter joins James Corden on a ride through memory (and Penny) lane.

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