reddit

  1. Jamie McKane

    Reddit tests live streaming service

    Reddit tests live streaming service Reddit has announced its first live broadcasting tool, named Reddit Public Access Network (RPAN). RPAN will allow Redditors to create live broadcasts and stream video to a dedicated subreddit on the social platform named "r/pan".
  2. Jamie McKane

    Users protest after Tencent invests in Reddit

    Users protest after Tencent invests in Reddit Reddit Inc. said Monday that it raised $300 million from investors. It was one backer, in particular, that drew condemnation from members of Reddit’s online community. Chinese internet giant Tencent Holdings Ltd. was among the investors in the...
  3. Jamie McKane

    Do you have a Reddit profile?

    Do you have a profile on Reddit? How long have you been registered?
  4. Newsfeed

    Reddit cracks down on offensive communities

    Reddit cracks down on offensive communities Reddit is cracking down on communities built around offensive content, shutting down subreddits like /r/Nazi and /r/SexWithDogs, reported Ars Technica.
  5. Newsfeed

    Banning online trolls works – Study

    Banning online trolls works – Study A study has found that banning online trolls and the discussion groups where they hang out reduces hate speech and related problems.
  6. Newsfeed

    Reddit closing access to main code base

    Reddit closing access to main code base Reddit has stated it will archive the open source code repositories for its main and mobile sites, as they play an increasingly smaller role in day-to-day development.
  7. Kevin Lancaster

    Reddit adds new social features and user profiles

    Reddit adds new social features and user profiles Reddit has introduced profile pages and the ability for users to make posts on their own profile.
  8. Kevin Lancaster

    Reddit bans alt-right community

    Reddit bans alt-right community Reddit has banned the alt-right community (the r/altright subreddit) from its platform due to a violation of its content policy.
  9. Kevin Lancaster

    Reddit CEO admits to editing insulting comments to target pro-Trump moderators

    Reddit CEO admits to editing insulting comments to target pro-Trump moderators The CEO of Reddit has come clean about changing insults targeted at him to instead refer to moderators of a pro-Trump community on the site.
  10. Kevin Lancaster

    Reddit launches iOS, Android app

    Reddit launches iOS, Android app Reddit has launched its iOS and Android apps.
  11. Kevin Lancaster

    Reddit launches user blocking

    Reddit launches user blocking Reddit has released a feature to help its users filter spammers and trolls from their inbox.
  12. Kevin Lancaster

    Reddit launches news website Upvoted

    Reddit launches news website Upvoted Reddit is launching a standalone news site called Upvoted, which has comments disabled.
  13. Kevin Lancaster

    Google, Reddit to ban nude photos and video

    Google, Reddit to ban nude photos and video Reddit and Google are taking a tougher stance against nudity to prevent their services from turning into online peep shows
  14. N

    [NSFL] Revolting, Strange, funny I'm not even sure how to describe some of these

    Hi, I'm not exactly sure if this is allowed over here. I recently made a list of some of the most bizarre, funny, strange, weird and straight up unbelievable things people have shared online (mostly on reddit). I shared it over on reddit, people seemed to like it. and I'll share it with you...
  15. jes

    Reddit reaches for profits through a geek-culture bazaar

    Reddit reaches for profits through a geek-culture bazaar The self-dubbed “Front Page of the Internet” is going for a milestone it has been trying to reach since its founding in 2005: profitability.
  16. jes

    Anti-hacking law criticised following suicide of Internet activist

    Anti-hacking law criticised following suicide of Internet activist 29-year-old U.S. computer security law under criticism – experts say has it been changed so often it no longer makes sense.
  17. jes

    Anger at suicide of Aaron Swartz

    Anger at suicide of Aaron Swartz Angry activists poured scorn on prosecutors for leading an overzealous campaign against Internet freedom fighter Aaron Swartz
  18. J

    Obama helps Reddit reach record heights

    Obama Reddit visit breaks activity record Obama’s visit to Reddit sees the website experience the most activity ever
  19. M

    Barack Obama on Reddit

    It seems that finally the world is accepting that the internet is a deal maker or deal breaker and more and more people are embracing this digital reality (now if we can only get the RIAA and their cronies on board.) I present you, the president of the USA doing an AMA (ask me anything) on...
  20. J

    Obama chats on Reddit

    Obama personally takes to Reddit US President Barack Obama took to Reddit to engage with users in an online chat
Top