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So the New York Times wants $8 a month for repackaged stories and curated content from other sites. Sound a fair deal to you?
Facebook has released new tools to "selected news organizations" that enables deep integration of the social network's content.
The reported discussions may go nowhere, but Apple looks to be ready to forge new partnerships with less threatening allies.
The internet is a great source for news, but it has an equal measure of nonsense. Here's how to separate fact from fiction.
What do Charlie Sheen, a drunk elk and a steaming turd have in common? They all feature on Facebook's list of the UK's most-shared news stories of 2011.
Rupert Murdoch's bid for BSkyB seems to be going rather well, with the UK's Culture Minister, Jeremy Hunt, provisionally agreeing to proposals for Sky News to become an independent company under the News Corps umbrella.