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Android Army

Apple hits a wall with publishers over subscription deal

In its quest to finally offer subscriptions through the App Store, rumor has it Apple's deal with publications isn't getting any takers.
Android Army

Virgin launches magazine ‘built especially for the iPad’

Richard Branson beats Rupert Murdoch to the punch in old media's race into the digital arena.
Computing

News Corp open to MySpace sale

News Corp COO Chase Carey reiterated that News Corp is open to selling its newly redesigned MySpace network.
Apple

Virgin’s iPad-exclusive magazine, Project, hits e-shelves tonight

Looks like Rupert Murdoch wasn't the alone one interested in marketing an iPad-only magazine, and he's definitely not going to be the first. Virgin's Project is set to launch in the App Store tonight.
Apple

Apple and News Corp announcing subscriptions at upcoming media event?

Mark your calendars. December 9 may mark an Apple-News Corp announcement that many believe is the long-awaited introduction of subscriptions for the iPad.
Apple

Murdoch to launch The Daily, an iPad-only newspaper

Rupert Murdoch is planning to open an iPad-only newspaper called The Daily. It will have 100 staff and cost $.99 a week.
Computing

News Corp warns MySpace to improve – or else

After shelling out $580 million for MySpace and getting little to show for it, News Corp is ready to administer some tough love to its under-performing Web property.
Web

Times of London racks up over 100,000 paid online readers

The paid online edition of the Times of London has over 100,000 subscribers...but is that enough for paywalls to succeed?
Computing

Hulu Considering $2 Billion IPO?

Reports have Hulu talking to investment banks about a $2 billion IPO...is streaming Internet video worth that kind of money?
Apple

News Corp. to Offer Exclusive Newspaper for Tablets and Cell Phones

Operating as the New York Post, the digital newspaper would offer short, to-the-point stories specifically for mobile devices.
Web

London Times Paywall Leads to 90 Pct Traffic Drop?

The London Times threw up its paywall a few weeks ago; an analysis by The Guardian finds its traffic has gone down nearly 90 percent.
Web

News Corp Taking Times of London Behind Paywall

Rupert Murdoch's News Corp is going to take the Times of London and Sunday Times behind a paywall starting in June.