Murdoch's paywalls won't succeed, says Future group chief executive
By New Statesman - 25 May 10:53

People will not pay for what they can get for free.

AOL's future is in content creation for new platforms, says CEO
By New Statesman - 24 May 13:36

CEO highlights projects such as tech blog Engadget and personal finance site WalletPop.

Facebook page banned by Pakistan is online again
By New Statesman - 24 May 13:30

The page featuring "Everybody draw Mohammed Day!" drawings was temporarily removed.

ContentNext founder Rafat Ali to quit as editor
By New Statesman - 24 May 13:22

ContentNext and paidContent founder to quit the company in July.

FTC approves Google's buyout of AdMob
By New Statesman - 24 May 13:17

Google is now free to buy the mobile advertising network for $750m.

BBC to link new iPlayer with social networks
By New Statesman - 24 May 13:10

New version of BBC iPlayer will allow integration with Facebook and Twitter.

Microsoft files two lawsuits against 'click laundering'
By New Statesman - 24 May 13:05

Web publishers accused of inflating ad revenue through "false clicks."

US publishing body tracks down e-reading trends
By New Statesman - 24 May 12:26

"E-Reading" section will provide magazine industry professionals with news and information on mobile

iPad users thrice more likely to read mags and newspapers online
By New Statesman - 21 May 12:45

Overall Kindle the most popular device.

Pakistan blocks YouTube and Facebook for 'un-Islamic content'
By New Statesman - 21 May 12:35

YouTube says it is looking into the matter and trying to restore the service as soon as possible.

European Commission reveals five-year digital plan
By New Statesman - 21 May 12:34

Half of Europe should have high-speed broadband by 2020, European Commission says.

US online ad market to grow 19 per cent to $31.5bn in 2010, says IDC
By New Statesman - 21 May 12:19

Global online ad revenues to grow to $72bn.

BBC licence to partly fund super-fast broadband
By New Statesman - 20 May 14:57

It will be the first ever instance of the use of the licence fee to fund anything other than the BBC

Lib Dems to seek changes in Digital Economy Act
By New Statesman - 20 May 10:17

Among the aspects that will be reviewed are blocking of websites and online freedom.

Barnes & Noble launches self-publishing platform
By New Statesman - 20 May 10:12

The published works will be available to read on mobile and eBook devices.

Twitter unveils iPhone app
By New Statesman - 20 May 10:09

The application is free and allows phone users to use Twitter without an account.

Google to set up app store
By New Statesman - 20 May 10:04

The store is expected to support around 40 languages and offer both free and paid applications.

Yahoo to acquire Associated Content
By New Statesman - 19 May 11:36

The web-content company has about 380,000 writers who contribute articles, reviews, guides, intervie

British Library to digitally archive 40 million pages of newspapers
By New Statesman - 19 May 11:30

The archive contains over 52,000 local, regional, national and international newspaper titles.

Online campaigns influenced many UK voters
By New Statesman - 19 May 11:18

YouTube and Twitter did not have a great influence on the voting behaviour of their users.

‘Safe’ social networking site launched for kids
By New Statesman - 19 May 11:15

The free site available for children below ten years has no ads, features children's games, videos a

Germany, US to probe Google’s Street View data collection
By New Statesman - 19 May 11:13

Google's cars had also recorded communications sent over unsecured wireless networks in people's hom

BBC launches comedy site
By New Statesman - 18 May 13:32

New comedy site features a library of 600 clips and exclusive sketches.

Wikimedia counsel dismisses Fox allegations of pornography as "nonsense"
By New Statesman - 18 May 13:29

The US news channel claims Wikipedia is hosting pornographic images that bypass adult content filter

YouTube getting two billion daily views
By New Statesman - 18 May 13:24

Figure is nearly double the primetime audience of all three major US television networks.

A quarter of Britons watch HDTV, according to survey
By New Statesman - 18 May 13:21

New subscription-free service Freeview HD expected to boost popularity further.

UK Internet users cautious about revealing too much, says Ofcom
By New Statesman - 17 May 15:37

The report comes as social network sites like Facebook have been under scrutiny for privacy and secu

Google and Intel eye Web TV
By New Statesman - 17 May 12:42

Televisions that offer web services can download movies from the internet, add social networking fea

Designer Apple iPad available in solid gold
By New Statesman - 17 May 12:38

The device is enclosed in a casing built out of 22-carat solid gold and is encrusted with 53 diamond