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

John Pilger on how 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.

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

Sportsman 'JIH' appeals against identification ruling
By Staff blogger - 17 January 14:59

Well-known sportsman goes to court to stop the media from publishing his details.

Jimmy Wales, Wikipedia and lazy journalists
By Jon Bernstein - 14 January 11:27

“They were always lazy, now they’re just a little better informed.”

Former regional digital boss joins web video ad firm
By Press Gazette - 12 January 13:04

Chris Bunjan moves to Localstars after running Trinity Mirror's digital business

News agency seeks to cash in on celeb Twitter pics
By Dominic Ponsford - 05 January 13:55

Showbiz news agency WENN is to start charging publishers for using pictures posted by celebrities on

Google set to launch digital newsstand
By Dominic Ponsford - 04 January 17:43

Wall Street Journal reports that Google is seeking to step up competition with Apple in the app mark

West Bank journalist detained without charge
By New Statesman - 30 December 15:03

George Canawati, a reporter at Radio Bethlehem, held for five days by the Palestinian Authority.

Facebook most popular search term and website of 2010
By New Statesman - 30 December 15:00

Social networking site overtakes Google as the most popular website of the year.

Bing offers free songs as latest marketing strategy
By New Statesman - 30 December 13:26

Search engines offers a "Holiday Song Giveaway" to users who subscribe to its newsletters.

The NS Interview: Arianna Huffington
By Sophie Elmhirst - 29 December 11:01

“There’s a lot of very legitimate anger in America”.

A year in tweets
By Ed Ballard - 23 December 12:52

The best spoof accounts on Twitter share their thoughts on the events of 2010.

Assange calls Sarah Palin and Mike Huckabee "idiots"
By New Statesman - 23 December 12:14

WikiLeaks founder calls for prosecution of those demanding his execution and defends Bradley Manning

Our leaders are ham-fisted chumps
By Russell Brand - 22 December 14:30

“The spectacle of implicated governments trying to stifle WikiLeaks is futile and undignified,” writ

ABCe: Mail Online top for 11th month as traffic up again
By Oliver Luft - 22 December 13:01

Mail website attracts 700,000 more unique users per day than the Guardian

Reporters Without Borders to host WikiLeaks mirror site
By Oliver Luft - 22 December 12:39

Press freedom campaigners join thousands of activists to have copied the WikiLeaks archive

One-fifth of UK iPad owners have more than one tablet device
By New Statesman - 22 December 12:18

But report does not reveal how many chose to buy an additional iPad or a competitor

Apple pulls out WikiLeaks app from App Store
By New Statesman - 22 December 12:15

Apple on Tuesday removed an unofficial WikiLeaks app from its App Store three days after its release

Facebook's Zuckerberg meets Baidu chief
By New Statesman - 21 December 15:32

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerbook met the head of China's biggest search engine, sparking rumours tha

US digital ad spending reaches tipping point
By New Statesman - 21 December 9:43

Digital advertising spending in the US will surpass newspaper ad spending for the first time this ye

US broadcasters hesitant to support Google TV
By New Statesman - 20 December 14:14

Broadcasters are unwilling to let Google offer their shows free of charge online

Twitter's $200m fundraising sparks off IPO rumours
By New Statesman - 17 December 10:58

Microblogging site may go public soon

Google, MySpace sign multi-year search advertising deal
By New Statesman - 17 December 10:50

Google and News Corp's social networking site MySpace have signed a new multi-year search advertisin

Pakistani sanitary pad ad mocking WikiLeaks creates online sensation
By New Statesman - 17 December 10:00

Tongue-in-cheek slogan "WikiLeaks... Butterfly doesn't" seems to have caught everybody's imagination

Yahoo to shut down host of online properties
By New Statesman - 17 December 9:54

Yahoo Picks,, Yahoo Bookmarks and MyBlogLog are also likely to be closed down soon

British court grants bail to Assange
By New Statesman - 17 December 9:49

Assange's lawyer Mark Stephens said that his legal team was utterly delighted to win bail

Facebook 2010 sales likely to touch $2bn
By New Statesman - 17 December 9:47

Sales are likely to more than double from 2009

Google misused its dominant position in search ads, says French regulator
By New Statesman - 16 December 12:14

Google is misusing its dominant position in search advertising to beat competition, says French regu

Everything Everything streams first iPad app concert
By New Statesman - 16 December 12:08

Manchester art rock band Everything Everything has streamed a London concert live to a specially pro