The Huffington Post has launched a Twitter edition of its website, with updates across 19 news and c
Search engines Google and Bing both lost their search engine market share marginally in the US durin
American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP) says millions of its copyrighted images have been sca
UK Association of Online Publishers (AOP) announces move in order to increase transparency in online
British parliament has passed the Digital Economy Bill by a vote of 189 to 47.
Despite early success of 300,000 launch day sales users are going online to complain about wi-fi gli
Long-time CEO Jay Adelson will be replaced by fellow co-founder Kevin Rose.
News consumption in the Middle East is shifting to online and mobile media, according to the Arab Me
Critics of the controversial Digital Economy Bill have renewed calls for a "fuller" debate on the is
White Digital Media, a digital media source for industry and business-related content, has launched
Facebook has acquired Divvyshot, a web-based service that allows group photo sharing where multiple
The Popular Science magazine, published by the Bonnier Corporation, has released its iPad version.
Google, the search engine giant, has acquired the San Francisco-based online video platform company
The White House has launched a new site for mobile devices.
An online literary journal called "The Writing Disorder" was launched on Thursday.
The internet giant Yahoo has hired 12 journalists from prominent print and online media houses.
Online television viewers are willing to watch more ads when watching their favourite shows, accordi
Search engine company Google changed its name to "Topeka" on 1 April.
Joanna Shield has joined social networking website Facebook as sales head of Europe.
BBC channel and radio stations will launch joint online advice platform.
Music and games predicted as digital winners.
Redesign began in January.
With the press more hostile to Labour than at any time since 1992, the leaders' debates are an oppor
The project at an Illinois university automatically generates a virual news story or television show
The party has announced it will not support the bill as there is no time for MPs to examine the legi
Online publishers adopting paywalls are withdrawing their membership from the web traffic measuring
Report shows online advertising grew 4.2 per cent last year, outperforming the overall UK market.
A new Twitter tool called Tweetminster that analyses political tweets has launched a study to correl
Mobile services also partially blocked in China, says Google.