New look to roll out over next few months and will not alter Facebook users' privacy settings
WikiLeaks cables reveal Zhou Yongkang coordinated hacking which led to Google's pullout from China
TV and video advertising will continue to dominate ad budgets.
Internet radio service loses £2.8m down from £17m in 2008
Earlier reports stated that the newspaper managed to convert only 14 per cent of its web readers int
Google general counsel Kent Walker: "As the web has grown, so has the number of bad apple websites w
The online habit has replaced the habit of reading a book
Search engine lets users search the files by word, source, security classification and date
Skype and Yahoo among the groups petitioning the culture secretary.
Service will provide analytics tracking Twitter users' conversations
Online store to be compatible only with Google's Android OS, not Apple.
Police department creates account called @getyourcarback to log sightings of stolen cars.
New Cross Platform Certificate of Circulation will include circulation figures of publications on iP
Users are almost twice as likely to trust ads and brands displayed on content sites than on social m
Company has partnered with eight media companies to create a template for news outlets
In some cases, viewers will be able to select which ad to watch out three options
The fair comment defence has been strengthened as the burden of proof required of publishers is redu
Celebrities dominated the top ten list
BBC's director-general talked of corporation's plans to make iPlayer available to overseas users wit
Video-on-demand service to start at £26.50 per month
Old search engine does not distinguish between positive and negative posts about a brand or a compan
Assange furnished his contact details to police after he arrived in Britain in October
New site features pages on how to get fit, lose weight and eat right
"If Amazon are so uncomfortable with the first amendment, they should get out of the business of sel
There is much to applaud in WikiLeaks's latest disclosure. Hillary Clinton may have called it an "attack on the international community", but it has rightly been welcomed by advocates of open government.
Causes users can support include climate change, disaster relief, HIV/AIDS, breast cancer and others
Social networking site will also release a new iPhone app soon
Branson claims he is only picking a fight with Rupert Murdoch over quality
Layoffs will be happening between Thanksgiving and Christmas
Insiders say that the publisher is not considering a full paywall model like the Times