News Corporation has revealed that 105,000 readers have paid to read The Times and Sunday Times online and via mobiles, since both broadsheet papers’ websites went behind a paywall four months ago.
British interior designer Kelly Hoppen MBE has launched a ‘Home Style’ App for iPhone and iPod touch, available on the App Store.
In response to today’s 14:30 “internet and privacy” debate in Westminster Hall, security expert Eddy Willems, Security Evangelist for antivirus software pioneer G Data, has called for the UK to appoint a home internet-security tsar. Such a person would be tasked with educating home computer users about the risks of malware and home internet security.
People in the Netherlands and the UK racked up the most website visits per month in Europe, according to new data.
This week, Virgin Media announced it will be rollout a superfast 100MB broadband network across the UK from December. Michael Phillips, product director at broadbandchoices, explains why these speeds need to become the norm if the UK is to keep up with modern demands on digital media.
Cult comedy icon Alan Partridge is set to return next week in a series of short web videos funded by beer brand Fosters.
European marketers measure success as ‘delivered minus bounced’ rather than emails that actually reach consumers’ inboxes. New inbox placement guide advises marketers on implementing email best practice.
In yet another Wi-Fi privacy story where Google admitted to copying passwords from home networks is proof that people are still leaving their home networks wide open to prey despite the simple security features available on their wireless routers, says Gareth Jones regional sales manager, Cisco Linksys.
Crunch.co.uk has secured a second round of funding with investments from Bebo co-founder Paul Birch and former Skype Chairman Michael van Swaaij, valuing the Online accounting service at £4m.
Many Brits are unintentionally exposing personal information online, with men being more likely to let sensitive information slip, according to new research.