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At least five US Government agencies have been breached in the latest attack aimed at the government, an official at the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency says.

Published in Security

Google has admitted that YouTube is far too big for it to clean up the site and remove every bit of harmful content.

Published in Technology Regulation

Search behemoth Google scooped US$4.7 billion in revenue from news content in 2018 for which it did not pay a single cent, according to a study by the News Media Alliance, a group that counts about 2000 American publishers in its ranks.

Published in Strategy
Friday, 03 February 2017 02:02

Turner scores with investment in Bigballs Media

Turner International’s Digital Ventures & Innovation Group has made its first equity investment with the funding of digital media sports company Bigballs Media (BBM), the parent company of digital video platform for football content, Copa90.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 04 May 2016 09:35

New app will tell if the US comes up trumps!

As if Australian politics is not overwhelming enough, CNN News has released a data-driven app to see if the US will come up trumps! Of course, Apple users are the only ones interested!

Published in Business Intelligence
Friday, 28 November 2014 15:29

'Syrian Electronic Army' subverts web traffic

A number of high-traffic websites have been affected by interfering with a single DNS setting at a popular domain registrar.

Published in Security
Monday, 06 January 2014 02:10

Blackberry to Typo: ‘Hands off our keyboard’

The Canadian mobile maker Blackberry is suing iPhone accessory maker, Typo, claiming the newly launched startup has copied the “distinctive design” of the keyboard found on many of its mobile phone handsets. Typo has said it will 'vigorously defend' the charges.

Published in Market

Facebook may not be willing to compensate the Palestinian researcher who found a bug in its systems, but the Internet community definitely is.

Published in Security
Thursday, 01 August 2013 11:09

Facebook adds embeddable posts

Facebook's slow take over of the Internet continued today with the company introducing embeddable posts.

Published in Development
Tuesday, 13 March 2012 22:17

Is CNN about to buy Mashable?

The rumours are strong that CNN is in final negotiations to buy the social media 'blog,' Mashable.  Just pay no attention to the rumoured price.

Published in Deals

CNN International has appointed digital advertising group AD2ONE as its media sales partner to focus on its online properties and its mobile products in Australia and New Zealand.

Published in Deals
Wednesday, 20 April 2011 15:32

CNN comes to Android smartphones

Global news service, CNN, has introduced a free app for Android phones that, it says "combines intuitive navigation with an immersive news experience, giving users direct access to CNN's global resources - from live field reporting to user-generated content and a variety of enterprise interviews and podcasts."

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 23 December 2009 04:34

Is Apple planning an Internet TV service?

Rumours are flying that CBS and Disney have shown some interest in an Apple proposal to launch an Internet-based pay TV service.
Published in Core Dump
Thursday, 12 March 2009 02:06

Why we need high upstream bandwidths

When Sol Trujillo announced plans to upgrade Telstra's HFC network to the 100Mbps downstream bandwidths of DOCSIS 3.0 he claimed that Telstra's research had identified demand for the increased upstream bandwidth of 2.0Mbps. Research released by Ericson and CNN appears to confirm this.

Published in Market
The ‘international business elite’ are increasingly accessing the Internet while on the move, with a growing need for more flexibility to view television content on their laptops as well as on their desktop computers and mobile devices.
Published in Deals
A spoof - or perhaps malicious - post claiming Apple CEO Steve Jobs had suffered a heart attack hit the company's stock price. Does this cast doubt on the 'citizen journalism' concept or is it just good old-fashioned stock manipulation?

Published in Core Dump
CNN has for two years been accepting online contributions for possible inclusion in its news sites, but in February it launched a service enabling members of the public to post news items for display with no intermediate editing of filtering by CNN staff. It is proving to be quite a success.

Published in Networking




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