Sky Sports has announced a deal that will give it a direct route to a new generation of viewers.
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.
News International has outbid Yahoo and ESPN to show Premier League highlights online and through mobile apps.
A major survey by KPMG has found that 81 per cent of UK web users would opt to go somewhere else rather than pay for content on the internet.
The Times and Sunday Times have now disappeared behind a pay-wall, with the UK's media watching with interest to see what kind of impact it has on one of the world's most famous papers.
If you have ever wanted to read a tabloid in poor quality, gimmicky anaglyph 3D then you are in luck, because News International is planning a 3D version of The Sun next month.
Gordon Brown is certainly doing everything he can to court the music and tech fans and that all-important 'early adopters' vote this week, coming out in favour of BBC 6Music and then, if that weren't an impressive enough move in itself, dismissing the idea of digital paywalls (much beloved of Rupert Murdoch right now) as unworkable.