The News Corp. head tweets portentous suggestions about Google and Eric Schmidt. What secrets could he be referring to?
One of the most powerful people on the planet, media mogul Rupert Murdoch, has finally joined what some call the "new journalism": Twitter.
Rupert Murdoch has admitted 'screwing up' Myspace, and gave his thoughts on CES via his new-found love for Twitter.
James Murdoch has blamed his BlackBerry for missing an explosive email warning him of phone hacking at the News of the World.
Senator Jay Rockefeller wants investigation into allegations that victims of September 11 attacks were targeted by Murdoch paper with phone hacking.
The News Corp CEO isn't holding back, criticising Barack Obama for not backing web censorship and labelling Google a 'piracy leader.'
It was a comedy. It was a tragedy. There was carelessness. There was an unnoticed underscore. But now the real Wendi Deng Murdoch has frozen her real Twitter feed. And the fake is leaving too.
The News International mogul has hit out at Google over its Street View Wi-Fi data breach, and received some stick in turn.
Fake news story about Rupert Murdoch's death and hacking of media company comes out the same day a former Murdoch journalist-turned whistleblower is found dead.
Hacker collective LulzSec has returned. Yesterday, the group hacked The Sun's website, redirecting visitors to a fake version of the site and falsely reporting that Rupert Murdoch had been found dead.