Media mogul Rupert Murdoch has singled out the mobile market as a means of pushing his empire forward.
Never one to shy away from the limelight (but for a few notable exceptions), Rupert Murdoch has taken to his newly minted Twitter account to take Google to task over online film piracy.
If you are a registered user of the Sun newspaper's website then you might not be too glad to hear that personal details have been released from when the site was hacked last month.
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.
A representative of The Daily has confirmed that the digital newspaper is on its way to UK iPad users in the first half of this year.
Following a recent spate of layoffs at News Corporation-owned MySpace, the media giant has revealed that it is actively looking to sell or spinout the ailing social network.
News Corp boss Rupert Murdoch is set to unveil his forthcoming iPad newspaper onstage this month with Apple CEO Steve Jobs.
News Corporation has launched a new version of its social networking website MySpace, with a renewed focus on music and entertainment.
News International has announced it is to put the website of Sunday tabloid newspaper News Of The World behind a paywall this October.