CNN Digital announced today its first series made exclusively for CNNgo, Mostly Human with Laurie Segall, a six-part investigative docuseries, exploring sex, love, death - humanity - through the lens of tech, debuting on March 12, 2017.
From the award-winning team that brought you Sex, Drugs & Silicon Valley, Revenge Porn and The Secret Lives of Superhero Hackers, the new series follows CNN's Senior Technology Correspondent Laurie Segall around the world as she tackles the uncomfortable questions about our increasingly complicated relationship with technology. Featuring stories of those falling in love with robots, re-creating digital versions of the deceased, experimenting with VR therapy in psychiatric wards and infiltrating hacker communities, Segall examines the promise and power modern technology holds, while exposing the darker side.
The full series will stream exclusively on CNNgo starting March 12, and will not require authentication or log-in to a cable provider, as a CNNgo Original. You can access the series for free through CNNgo on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon FireTV, and Android TV. It is also available on CNN.com, and CNN’s iOS and Android apps.
This is CNN’s first CNNgo Original offering, developed specifically for CNN’s digital TV-Everywhere service.
Can a honest politician succeed in this election? Lying in politics is nothing new, and there's a science behind it.
CNNMoney uncovers how voters judge a candidate’s truthfulness – and if that even matters at the ballot box, taking a closer look at how politicians lie and how their speech patterns give them away in a new video series – The Science of Political Deception.
The five-part CNN Digital video series features scientists and deception experts discussing what happens in the brain as a lie is being created, what makes the voting public believe a candidate is trustworthy, and how this election fits into a vast history of Oval Office deception.
The full series is available at CNNMoney.com/lies.
Standing out among more than 700,000 available mobile apps for Android users, CNN was named to Google Play's Best Apps of 2014 List. Out of the 75 apps featured in 2014, CNN was one of just a few news applications recommended to users.
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Starting today, Rachel Crane will join CNN as the network’s newest digital correspondent where she'll cover pop culture and innovation. In this role, she’ll be creating original video content related to her beat to run across CNN’s platforms. Crane comes to CNN from Bloomberg, where she was a technology and innovation correspondent who hosted and produced Bloomberg’s Brink, a show highlighting cutting-edge technology and new ideas.
Crane has been covering innovation for several years, interviewing SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk, famed futurist and Google’s director of engineering Ray Kurzweil, and NASA’s William Gerstenmaier. She has also traveled to Abu Dhabi to report on the pre-planned sustainable city Masdar, tasted wine made by robots in California’s Napa Valley, covered the privatization of space at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center and gone behind the bars of San Quentin Prison to see how the institution taught inmates to make mini satellites.
CNN Digital rolled out its app for the Samsung Galaxy Gear Smartwatch. The app enables users to receive breaking news alerts and view up to ten news headlines at a time on their device. Using Bluetooth technology, the alerts on the watch connect to the Android phone, where users can learn additional information about the headlines and notifications. The watch is currently supported by Samsung devices, including Galaxy S3, Galaxy S4, Note 2, and Note 3 via the CNN App for Android Phones.