The BBC Trust has published its revised service licence for BBC Online following a strategic review
Transfer of regulation of video-on-demand sector could cost businesses thousands.
Former Huffington Post contributors have filed a $105m lawsuit over the sale of the website to inter
The WikiLeaks cables exposed government corruption, war crimes and human rights abuses.
Public Accounts Committee criticizes BBC deal with Siemens over a major digital technology project
Advertising space at the London 2012 Olympics is to be auctioned online.
In a speech, Lord Judge expressed hopes for technology to improve implementation of justice.
Report shows £945m was made from advertising on social networks, as the online display sector genera
Investment by the reality television producer will allow the website to expand to other popular cult
The Performing Right Society report a drop of 1 per cent in total royalties.
This future site is part of Huffington and AOL's strategy to further enter international markets.
Consumers camp outside London's Apple stores for up to 33 hours.
INM has unveiled four projects aiming to diversify the group's digital activities.
Who will come out on top in the coming battle between new and old media over hyperlocal news?
The newspaper will charge for access to its website globally as of March 28
The EU plans to enforce higher standards of privacy on social networks.
Biz Stone to work across Huffington Post Media and other AOL assets.
The statement from the Wikileaks Chief came during a speech at the Cambridge Union.
The new daily email newsletter will be sent to registered users as of April.
Welsh councillor fined £3000 for defamatory tweet
Goldman Sachs injection leads to vast increases in wealth.
Company looks to raise money to build business.
Famous faces offer 'follows' and prizes on social networking website.
Research company finds higher user engagement and opinion of adverts from subscribers.
Marsh was editor of the Today programme in the run in the the second Iraq war.
Internet service providers unable to deliver the fast speeds that they promise.
The WikiLeaks founder also hits out at the Guardian in a phone conversation with the editor of Priva
With increasing cross-promotion within his group, Richard Desmond can no longer pander solely to Little Englanders.
Splash News TV builds on success of its videon stream service.