Twitter co-founder to join Huffington Post amidst AOL struggle
By Francisco Perez - 16 March 12:05

Biz Stone to work across Huffington Post Media and other AOL assets.

Assange: the internet is "the greatest spying machine the world has ever seen"
By Liam McLaughlin - 16 March 11:47

The statement from the Wikileaks Chief came during a speech at the Cambridge Union.

Shortlist to launch email newsletter sister brand to Stylist
By Press Gazette - 15 March 12:20

The new daily email newsletter will be sent to registered users as of April.

Court hands down first Twitter libel damages order
By Press Gazette - 14 March 10:34

Welsh councillor fined £3000 for defamatory tweet

Six Facebook billionaires on Forbes rich list
By James Preston - 10 March 11:44

Goldman Sachs injection leads to vast increases in wealth.

Perform to float on stock exchange
By James Preston - 10 March 11:20

Company looks to raise money to build business.

Twitter auction launched for Comic Relief
By James Preston - 10 March 8:16

Famous faces offer 'follows' and prizes on social networking website.

News International claims paywall benefit for advertisers
By James Preston - 08 March 11:15

Research company finds higher user engagement and opinion of adverts from subscribers.

Kevin Marsh to leave the BBC after 33 years
By Press Gazette - 03 March 12:31

Marsh was editor of the Today programme in the run in the the second Iraq war.

Adverts for fast broadband speeds are misleading and unrealistic says Ofcom
By Susannah Butter - 02 March 10:52

Internet service providers unable to deliver the fast speeds that they promise.

Assange blames "Jewish" journalists for negative coverage
By James Preston - 01 March 18:18

The WikiLeaks founder also hits out at the Guardian in a phone conversation with the editor of Priva

Is it the end of the bad old days for the Daily Express and Daily Star?
By Steven Baxter - 01 March 11:16

With increasing cross-promotion within his group, Richard Desmond can no longer pander solely to Little Englanders.

Showbiz agency expands with new London video unit
By Dominic Ponsford - 01 March 10:25

Splash News TV builds on success of its videon stream service.

Working group formed over website blocking
By James Preston - 25 February 12:18

ISPs, rights holders and search engines come together to find new solutions for tackling illegal fil

ABCe: Mail Online reaches 56m browsers in January
By Dominic Ponsford - 25 February 12:08

Online newspaper site is continually expanding according to figures.

Twitter account information order being fought in US court
By Victoria Mitchell - 16 February 12:02

Civil liberties lawyers are contesting disclosure orders in the ongoing Wikileaks row.

Cosmopolitan.co.uk to undergo relaunch this week
By Press Gazette - 16 February 11:41

New website for women's glossy will encourage user- interaction.

Why Facebook is stressing us out
By Jason Stamper - 16 February 11:30

New study finds social network gives us the heebie-jeebies.

Twitter chief: Google offer is "rumour"
By James Preston - 15 February 11:53

Twitter's chief executive moves to dismiss takeover talk and outlines future plans for the social ne

Revolts don’t have to be tweeted
By Laurie Penny - 15 February 11:40

There is a lot more to the recent uprisings than just the knock-on effects of social media.

Follow the New Statesman on Facebook
By New Statesman - 14 February 10:27

If you're one of the 600 million people on Facebook, you might like to follow the NS.

Mumsnet withdraws support from coalition proposal
By Victoria Mitchell - 11 February 11:39

Influential forum Mumsnet has withdrawn its support for web filters.

DMGT shrugs of December chill with strong 1st quarter
By Dominic Ponsford - 09 February 11:19

Daily Mail and General Trust reports revenue is up.

AOL buys Huffington Post for $315million
By New Statesman - 07 February 11:03

Huffington Post co-founder Arianna Huffington is to sell the website to AOL for $315m and take on ne

Launch of the Daily: the verdict
By Susannah Butter and Victoria Mitchell - 03 February 13:14

A round-up of media comment on the launch of Rupert Murdoch’s new iPad newspaper.

Wikipedia’s benevolent dictator
By Jon Bernstein - 03 February 11:06

Jimmy Wales on neutrality, Tea Party “lunatics” and his plans for the next decade.

Mail Online hits 53.9m monthly browsers
By Press Gazette - 27 January 14:45

Mail Online is UK's most popular national news website.

It’s time for Steve Jobs to go with his dignity intact
By Jason Stamper - 20 January 11:55

Jobs should go in order to save his own health – and bring clarity and consistency to Apple’s leader

WikiLeaks defies the “war on hi-tech terror”
By John Pilger - 19 January 15:09

Julian Assange became enemy number one by bringing truth to light. Yet WikiLeaks is unquelled, playi

Journalist launches digital only Sail Racing Magazine
By Press Gazette - 17 January 15:00

A new digital-only magazine has been launched by journalist Justin Chisholm. The magazine is availab

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