News tagged with web publishers

China tightening controls on Internet

China's new communist leaders are increasing already tight controls on Internet use and electronic publishing following a spate of embarrassing online reports about official abuses.

Dec 27, 2012
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Most US publications have mobile presence

Almost all major US newspapers and magazines have a mobile Web presence, and most of those without one will create one in the coming months, an industry survey showed Monday.

Dec 17, 2012
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Berlin startup scene gets nod from Google (Update)

Berlin's budding Internet entrepreneurs received the closest thing to an industry endorsement Tuesday, with a €1 million ($1.3 million) investment from Google Inc. for a new 'hub' where startups can work, ...

Nov 13, 2012
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Google buys instant messaging firm Meebo

Google has agreed to buy the online messaging firm Meebo, a move expanding the Internet giant's capabilities for instant sharing of Web pages using social networks.

Jun 04, 2012
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Harry Potter breaks e-book lockdown

(AP) -- The Harry Potter books are finally on sale in electronic form, and they have a special magical touch to them: In a break with industry practices, the books aren't locked down by encryption, which means consumers ...

Mar 27, 2012
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Search giants make websites easier to find

Google, Bing and Yahoo are working together to enable websites to tag content in a way that lets search engines better categorize and prioritize the information in results.

Jun 02, 2011
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New report calls for online privacy bill of rights

(AP) -- The Commerce Department is calling for the creation of a "privacy bill of rights" for Internet users to set ground rules for companies that collect consumer data online and use that information for marketing and ...

Dec 16, 2010
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Flyp, experimental online magazine, to close

(AP) -- Flyp Media, an online magazine startup that tried innovative approaches to Web journalism, says it has lost its financing and can't stay afloat on advertising revenue.

Apr 19, 2010
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Rolling Stone's archive going online -- for a price

(AP) -- For the first time Rolling Stone is inviting its readers on the long, strange trip though the magazine's 43-year archive, putting complete digital replicas online along with the latest edition. But ...

Apr 16, 2010
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