YouTube unveils $10 paid video service without ads

Alphabet Incs YouTube will launch a $10-a-month subscription option in the United States on 28 October that lets viewers watch videos from across the site without interruption from advertisements, the company said on Wednesday (21 October). Starting early next year, the service called YouTube Red will add exclusive shows and movies from top YouTube creators including PewDiePie, Lilly Singh and The Fine Brothers. Oct 22, 2015

Twitter apologises to developers and seeks to improve relations

In his second public appearance since being named Twitter’s permanent chief executive earlier this month, Jack Dorsey on Wednesday apologized to the developers who work with the social media company to create apps. His admission came as he begins a turnaround effort at Twitter, which has struggled with user growth and attracting advertising dollars, while taking public his mobile payments company, Square, by the end of this year. Oct 22, 2015