11 Stories You Need To Know Today

11 Stories You Need To Know Today

The BBC tries to curtail sexualization of their children's programming, Yahoo is in decline, airliners will broadcast the SuperBowl live, and more.

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 30 january 2014

Chinese developers dominate nearly 13% of the apps in the Apple App Store. Mashable

A Dutch court rules that it is ineffective for ISPs to block The Pirate’s Bay. Wired UK

Airliners Jetblue and Southwest will broadcast the Superbowl live on their flights. Skift

The Turkish Prime Minister sent a hologram to parliament in order to make a speech. Mashable

The BBC changes the style of  children’s show hosts to prevent the sexualization of young girls. The Drum

Yahoo’s revenue fell 6%, highlighting significant drops in the company’s quarterly reports. The Telegraph

Delivery app WunWun is now providing its services to specific parts of Brooklyn. TechCrunch

President Obama announced the creation of six high-tech manufacturing hubs to aid job growth. The Verge

Samsung launches a chain of store across Europe, in competition with Apple stores. The Telegraph

70% of the world’s water consumption goes to creating food. Quartz

A majority of SuperBowl watchers will be recording their reactions on social media. Mashable

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