Content technology

The Guardian
By Emma McGarthy 06 January 16:35
The Guardian News and Media has today announced two senior hires on the technical side of its digital operation.
(appshopper tripwire)
By Emma McGarthy 06 January 15:04
Comics, film and TV magazine Tripwire has moved from print into digital with the launch new app edition.
By Gavriel Hollander 25 September 11:38
After 279 years of continuous publishing, one of the oldest print titles in the world is to go digital-only before the end of the year.
By Gavriel Hollander 28 August 10:09
Hacker group the Syrian Electronic Army “took over” the domain name of Twitter yesterday as it unleashed a series of cyber attacks on news organisations.
By Gavriel Hollander 17 July 17:52
A group of hyper-local newspapers in Norfolk has become the first in the country to trial a new ‘clickable paper’ innovation.
By Gavriel Hollander 14 June 9:22
An independent review into how the BBC wasted almost £100 million on a project designed to digitise its production process will assess whether governance arrangements were “fit for purpose”.
By Ellie Chambers 13 June 9:50
The Independent has joined a growing list of news outlets now available on Microsoft’s UK Bing News App for Windows 8.
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By Press Gazette 03 June 8:50
More than half of Britons have bought digital magazines in the last year as the move away from print has intensified.
By Press Gazette 14 May 16:20
The Times and Sky News lead the way with ten nominations each in this year’s Online Media Awards organised by The Drum.
iLove magazine
By Gavriel Hollander 14 May 11:33
A new monthly women’s magazine is launching next month with a free circulation of 700,000 distributed via direct mail to selected households.
Somebody holding iPhone 3GS reading the New York Times
By Jon Bernstein 10 May 7:40
Smartphones and the production, distribution and consumption of news.
A Spanish-language Apple iPhone
By Jon Bernstein 10 May 7:29
Part two of a two-part blog post.
An array of Apple iPhones
By Jon Bernstein 29 April 7:04
From online storage to video conferencing and audio recording.
By Roger Packer 10 April 15:18
WordPress is ten years old in May and the parallels with Facebook, which was set up in 2004, are compelling. It’s like a tale of two brothers where one took to the world of dog-eat-dog capitalism with a devouring relish while the other became a missionary spreading the good word of open source.
By Alan Selby 25 March 11:58
Trinity Mirror is to introduce technology across its top titles which will allow readers to buy products mentioned in editorial.
By Alan Selby 25 March 10:18
Associated Press has won its US case against the media monitoring firm Meltwater, after accusing the company of unlawfully using headlines and excerpts without paying for them.
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By Jon Bernstein 14 March 17:48
RIP RSS.
Picture: Michael Bruntonspall on Flickr. Some rights reserved
By Camilla Turner 18 December 10:00
Guardian News and Media (GNM) announced today it will launch a weekly audio edition showcasing its news, culture and opinion pieces.
Pic: Reuters
By John Dale 06 November 16:46

John Dale reveals how journalists can take a leaf out of EL Leonard's book and make it as an e-book author

New York Times headquarters
By Jon Bernstein 05 October 13:53
The Digital half dozen.

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