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An ad for Newsday's iPad app is suddenly removed from YouTube. Reports suggest Apple might have objected to the ad's depiction of the iPad's glass shattering.
Cablevision, the owner of the New York area newspaper, says its new strategy "will transform the way news is distributed."
Google's CEO tells a group of newspaper editors that newspapers can make money online by formulating a new business model.
The Times and The Sunday Times of London, both owned by News Corp., plan to replace their combined Times Online site and charge readers for new, separate sites in June.
We record right after Steve Jobs finished his 90-minute announcement of the Apple iPad, its new tablet computer. It's variably impressive depending on who you are, but will anyone buy it? We discuss.
The newspaper may detail a pay-for-content model in conjunction with the expected unveiling of Apple's rumored tablet, according to a New York magazine report.
After singer Justin Bieber does not appear at a Long Island mall, police ask a record label veep to tweet encouragement for the crowd to disperse. He allegedly doesn't and is thus arrested.
The newspaper plans to launch an a la carte-style payment plan for access to individual articles, according to a Financial Times report.
New rumors say that Palm's second Web OS device will be a mini Palm Pre.
Across the globe, copyright owners are on the offensive and say jobs and the future of intellectual property is at stake. Can they do anything about it?