UK tabloid The Sun is reportedly set to come out from behind its internet paywall.
So the New York Times wants $8 a month for repackaged stories and curated content from other sites. Sound a fair deal to you?
BlackBerry continues to target business users, but it appears none of them are targeting BlackBerry.
The Sun will charge for online access - following The Telegraph in declaring that paid content is the way forward.
Non-subscribers to The Telegraph's newspaper or tablet editions must now pay to read over 20 articles a month online.
Google has unveiled a new service called Google Consumer Surveys which allows web publishers to earn revenue from its customers answers.
The Guardian has begun an online experiment, where it has made its newslists available to anyone who wants to see them.
ExclusiveGoogle's senior product manager for the Chrome Web Store has told TechRadar that he does not believe that web apps will become an excuse for companies to put free web content behind a paywall.
A new Telegraph App for iPad has been launched, with the Telegraph Media Group's offering a £1.19 daily edition or £9.99 monthly rolling subscription.