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The Sun joins Telegraph in charging website users

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News International says offering free content is 'just untenable', while Telegraph announces erection of metered paywallBritain's biggest selling daily newspaper, The Sun, is to start charging for its online content in the second half of 2013 as part of a radical shift in thinking about readers getting its journalism for...
The Sun joins Telegraph in charging website users

"ABSOLUTELY ILLEGAL" -- British Newspaper Nails Murdoch And News Corp To Wall

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"ABSOLUTELY ILLEGAL" -- British Newspaper Nails Murdoch And News Corp To Wall

Manchester City to offer David Silva new contract

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• Midfielder's contract expires in two years• Spaniard says 'everything could change'Manchester City will start talks with David Silva regarding a new contract at the end of the season, though the Spaniard has signalled the deal may not be a foregone conclusion.Silva signed a four-year contract when he joined City...
Manchester City to offer David Silva new contract

Times editor apologises to high court judge for not disclosing email hacking

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James Harding tells Leveson inquiry he 'sorely regrets' paper did not reveal that reporter hacked police blogger's emailThe editor of the Times has apologised to a high court judge over the paper's failure to declare that a reporter had hacked into the email of an anonymous police blogger when it...
Times editor apologises to high court judge for not disclosing email hacking

A-moos-ing excuses for lost phones | Media Monkey

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Typically the need to replace a mobile phone is because it has been lost or stolen. But research into insurance claims shows that there are some rather bizarre incidents out there. The Daily Telegraph reports that one farmer claims to have damaged his iPhone by using it as a torch...
A-moos-ing excuses for lost phones | Media Monkey

Sarah Sands is new editor of London Evening Standard

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Evgeny Lebedev confirms appointment of Geordie Greig's replacement on Twitter after Boris Johnson backs SandsSarah Sands is the new editor of London Evening Standard, the title's proprietor Evgeny Lebedev has confirmed on Twitter.Lebedev said on Friday that he was "proud to announce Sarah Sands is new #Standard Editor. Sure she...
Sarah Sands is new editor of London Evening Standard

Clear winners among newspaper websites after Olympics

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Effect of Games is difficult to gauge, but website readerships continue to soar on Mail, Guardian and TelegraphFor round one of the great Olympics standoff, Times circulation went up 0.9% in August against 0.49% for the Daily Telegraph - but the Telegraph, angry at seeing gold medals going the Thunderer's...
Clear winners among newspaper websites after Olympics

UK mag the Spectator announces a 190-year online archive, and refreshes its iOS app

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UK magazine The Spectator has made a number of new announcements relating to its digital offering, including a new iOS app and a pretty extensive online archive which is due to launch in the spring. The Spectator is a weekly magazine with a conservative leaning, and it’s one of the...
UK mag the Spectator announces a 190-year online archive, and refreshes its iOS app

Google close to completing its London HQ move to King's Cross

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Global technology giant Google is inching ever closer to finalizing a deal that will allow them to build a new UK headquarters at King’s Cross, according to the Daily Telegraph. The firm is said to be willing to pay more than £550 million for the site after the newspaper’s sister...
Google close to completing its London HQ move to King's Cross
Twitter: you crossed the line

North Korea’s reported mobile phone ban is false, says the country’s only operator

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Last month, the world was shocked as reports claimed that authorities in communist North Korea had banned the use of mobile telephones during the mourning period following the death of Kim Jong-il. However, it has emerged that the story is untrue and no ban is in place there. According to...
North Korea’s reported mobile phone ban is false, says the country’s only operator

BBC Rumoured To Be Jumping Into Music Streaming World With Playlister

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The BBC is reportedly working on a music version of its popular iPlayer service, says the Daily Telegraph. The service, called Playlister, is the brainchild of Tim Davie, the corporation's head of Audio & Music. The idea is to draw on the Beeb's archive of audio recordings and give users...
BBC Rumoured To Be Jumping Into Music Streaming World With Playlister

Never mind the analysis - abuse and vitriol are trending on Twitter

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Newsrooms with one or both eyes on digital trends are going to produce what provokes an online reaction. But where does that leave detail and complexity?Listen to the editor of the Daily Telegraph talking about his job and a day stuffed full of "data-influenced decisions". Here's a news story, breaking...
Never mind the analysis - abuse and vitriol are trending on Twitter

Facebook and Google founders: don't spend it all at once | Media Monkey

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Silicon Valley's wealthiest entrepreneurs including Mark Zuckerberg and Sergey Brin have at least one website they can turn to if things ever go pear-shaped. California has more than £4bn in unclaimed cheques, property and other assets from state residents that can be searched for an online database provided by the...
Facebook and Google founders: don't spend it all at once | Media Monkey

British Media Investigation Copied An Embarrassing Mistake From Wikipedia

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An American man wrongly named in the Leveson Report as a founder of The Independent newspaper has expressed surprise that a judge would accept without question information on Wikipedia. Brett Straub was incorrectly identified in the 1,987-page report as being a cofounder of the newspaper alongside Andreas Whittam Smith and...
British Media Investigation Copied An Embarrassing Mistake From Wikipedia

April Fool's Day news stories catch readers out | The Daily Telegraph #aprilfools

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April Fool's Day news stories catch readers out | The Daily Telegraph #aprilfools

Paywalls for all or not? The real issue is what's the core offering

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News is almost a commodity - but the trick is to work out what you've got that will make people want to payBegin talking about putting paywalls around online news content and all sorts of things happen. In my case, you get accused of being a "soft leak" for forthcoming...
Paywalls for all or not? The real issue is what's the core offering

Sir Jonathan Ive | MediaGuardian 100 2012

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With his knighthood this year, the designer of Apple's computers, iPods, iPhones and iPads has finally raised his public profileJob: senior vice-president of industrial design, AppleIndustry: digital mediaAge: 45New entrySir Jonathan Ive learnt this year that theApple gadgets he designed, including the iPad and the iPhone, have royal status.Ive was...
Sir Jonathan Ive | MediaGuardian 100 2012

Jony Ive: Apple doesn’t like ‘godless’ products

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Ahead of receiving his knighthood from the Queen, Apple’s Jony Ive has given a rare interview to the U.K.’s Daily Telegraph — outlining some of his thoughts and feelings on product design. While the article focuses, perhaps unsurprisingly, on his links to Britain — his design education, how London’s a...
Jony Ive: Apple doesn’t like ‘godless’ products

Media Monkey's Diary: John Witherow, Petronella Wyatt's undies and Twitter

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✒It is nearly six months since Peter Rippon stepped aside as editor of Newsnight at the height of the Savile saga on 22 October. Less than two months later, with the publication of the Pollard report on 19 December, it was announced he would not be returning to the BBC2...
Media Monkey's Diary: John Witherow, Petronella Wyatt's undies and Twitter

What the papers say about the former Sir Fred Goodwin...

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Most of today's front pages were devoted to the removal of Fred Goodwin's knighthood, with two choosing mild puns on his nickname.The Daily Telegraph gave us "Goodwin is shredded" and The Guardian came up with "A reputation shredded: Sir Fred loses his knighthood".The Independent looked rather red-toppish with a single...
What the papers say about the former Sir Fred Goodwin...

Telegraph takes it on the nose after calling Irish boxer British

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A mistake in today's Daily Telegraph about the nationality of Ireland's fighting female, Katie Taylor, prompted many an Irish blogger and tweeter to complain.For example, Cormac Eklof, writing on Irish Central, called the paper "incredibly crass, docile and ill-informed" because it referred to Katie as British in a preview paragraph...
Telegraph takes it on the nose after calling Irish boxer British

Twitter 'Outed' NBC To Journalist's Critical Tweets -- And Told Them How To File A Complaint

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The plot thickens -- Ed. Twitter employees alerted NBC staff to a British journalist's tweets and showed them how to file a complaint against him, the television network has revealed. Users of the social network vented their anger against Twitter yesterday after Guy Adams, a foreign correspondent for the Independent,...
Twitter 'Outed' NBC To Journalist's Critical Tweets -- And Told Them How To File A Complaint

Xbox One: does the Microsoft console have anything new to offer?

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Microsoft claims it can do everything, from the traditional playing of games and films to reading your heartbeat and making conference calls. But is that what customers want?It does everything. But is everything what we want? When Microsoft unveiled its new games console, the Xbox One, yesterday, tech fans struggled...
Xbox One: does the Microsoft console have anything new to offer?
Jony Ive, like Steve Jobs, credits his father as design inspiration

Will.i.am to Launch 14 Megapixel Camera Add-on for iPhone

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Telegraph reports that Black Eyed Peas star Will.i.am will be launching an iPhone accessory next week that promises to boost your iPhone's camera significantly.The first product from his new consumer electronics and app venture i.am+ is an accessory that clips onto an iPhone and transforms the eight megapixel smartphone camera...
Will.i.am to Launch 14 Megapixel Camera Add-on for iPhone

Syrian Electronic Army Takes Over Daily Telegraph Twitter Accounts

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Twitter accounts linked to the British newspaper the Daily Telegraph appear to have been taken over by Syrian hackers who call themselves the Syrian Electronic Army. A number of Twitter accounts have begun tweeting the pro-regime messages that have become an all-too-familiar sight over the last few weeks: The Telegraph's...
Syrian Electronic Army Takes Over Daily Telegraph Twitter Accounts

Apple patent: use your iPhone as an electronic "iKey"

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Filed under: Rumors, Odds and ends, iPhoneThe Daily Telegraph reports that a new Apple patent has surfaced which could potentially allow the iPhone, or another Apple portable, to act as a sort of electronic key. The potential applications are as limitless as the number of things locked by old-school metal...
Apple patent: use your iPhone as an electronic "iKey"

The politics of shit and semen

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From gay marriage to Occupy, why is it that ideological disagreements are so often expressed as revulsion?'The ways were foul and narrow; the shops and houses wretched; the people half-naked, drunken, slipshod, ugly. Alleys and archways, like so many cesspools, disgorged their offences of smell, and dirt, and life, upon...
The politics of shit and semen

TiVo returning to the UK thanks to partnership with Virgin Media

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It looks like TiVo's freshly minted Premiere hardware will soon be setting sail eastwards as The Daily Telegraph is reporting Virgin Media's next generation set-top box will be built around it. Loyal readers of Engadget HD will already be aware that TiVo and Virgin hooked up last November and...
TiVo returning to the UK thanks to partnership with Virgin Media
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