The search company expects to post 2,000 stories a day, according to spokesman.
News Corp's Europe and Asia chairman says mobile apps greater threat to print media than the interne
Yahoo reportedly planning to lay off 20 per cent -- or about 2,800 employees -- of its 14,100 workfo
The website is planning to use the new firm, Sunshine Press Productions, to raise funds and gather i
Lebedev compared the global corruption of free societies with the damage caused to South Africa by t
Networks express concern about online ad revenue
50,400 hours added daily
Schmidt suggested that anyone who didn't like their house appearing on Google's Street View could "j
Android: "a very important tablet platform"
Shortlist includes radio host Glenn Beck, Lady Gaga, Mark Zuckerberg and "The Unemployed American".
Viewership of shows increases as more people tweet about them
AOL on Wednesday said that it is tying up with web-only television production company Vuguru.
The new topics are constructed from a complex analysis of comments, embedding, and other viewing pat
Digital giant deems rumoured name, Google Me, as "awful".
The number of people in the UK accessing the Times website has reportedly doubled since charging for
23-year-old West Midlands man allegedly urged Muslims "to raise the knife of jihad" against MPs thro
Last year the site which is a joint venture of News Corp, NBC Universal and Disney generated $108m.
PlayBook tablet will sell for under $500 when it launches early next year.
Instant Previews to give preview of search result page as an image.
Students who text and social network excessively are more likely to have had experiences of alcohol,
Former Time Inc executive to become senior VP of North American ad sales.
Publisher Conde Nast has unveiled iPad editions of December issues.
Japanese prosecutors to seek source of leaked coastguard video of collision in disputed waters.
Website revamped to look consistent accross all print and digital platforms
Two minute daily commentary show "The One" is first streamed "original video programme".
Market middlemen seen as a threat to publishers
Buckingham Palace removes dozens of comments causing offence or containing sexual or rude language.
The e-commerce company is reportedly trying to attract more media to its e-book platform
'RockMelt' to allow users to 'leaf through' search results in Google