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TV Still Rules News Media, and Almost Nobody Reads the Papers Anymore

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>The demise of TV news has been greatly exaggerated, a new poll finds. Most Americans still consider …

Why your next iPhone should probably be the budget one

Apple has never been afraid to disrupt itself, and as the mass of budget iPhone rumors piles up, a picture of a device that will cannibalize existing iPhone sales but help guarantee Apple’s future is starting to emerge.<p>First, the rumors: The following video, produced as an advertisement for an …

Mobile Technology

Would You Rather Wear a ‘Digital Tattoo’ or Take a Pill Instead of Remembering Your Passwords? Motorola Is Working on It

Imagine not having to remember a half a dozen passwords and avoid having to input them countless times per day. Motorola is working on a digital tattoo or a indigestible pill that could do all the password authentication for you — no memorization or cheat sheet list required.<p>Motorola’s Advanced …

Refunds to be given on faulty digital downloads

<b>Shoppers who buy digital products will have greater rights if they buy faulty digital downloads, under government plans outlined today.</b><p>The …

Bill Of Rights

How Journalists Really Feel About the Digital Evolution

It’s a no-brainer that digital technology is impacting newsgathering and reporting globally. How much? A survey of journalists worldwide by the …

Public Relations

Get five free DVD-to-digital conversions from Flixster

Just pop any movie you own into your Windows PC or Mac and Flixster will add it to your cloud collection for easy viewing on other devices.<p>You know what my iPad doesn't have? A DVD player. So how am I supposed to watch all the great movies in my DVD collection? I'm talking "The Rock," "The …

Shawshank Redemption

Doing social good with the help of digital entrepreneurs

Both here in the UK and internationally, governments and charities are facing increasing demand for their services at the exact moment austerity …

Doctors Without Borders

Son helps father usher sign business into digital age

Adrian Torrington is the manager of Quick Signs, a local sign shop in London, Ont. Bringing digital skills and an eye for design, the University of Western Ontario graduate joined the business his father started in Grand Bend more than 30 years ago

Digital Age

A Winnie the Pooh app? So much for the digital revolution

Earlier this week Winnie-the-Pooh was launched into the digital world. His publisher, Egmont Press, told us that Pooh is a "pioneer", an animal, who, …

Could AppNexus's digital ads be the unlikely saviour of our newspapers?

Brian O'Kelley is an unlikely saviour of newspapers. For one thing, the 35-year-old chief executive of advertising technology company AppNexus – …

Advertising

Tina Brown and Baba Shetty on Newsweek's Digital Future

On Thursday, Newsweek announced the magazine will transition to an all-digital format in early 2013. Editor-in-chief Tina Brown and CEO Baba Shetty …

The Future

How the right recommendation ignites digital consumption

Does it ever feel like your computer has better taste than your friends?<p>Over the last couple of years, consumers have become accustomed to seeing the …

Digital Media

Don’t Let Paper Paradigms Drive Your Digital Strategy

The web isn’t print.<p>The way we publish on the web — our process and workflow — is mostly derived from what we know about putting ink on paper. Which makes sense, because for most of human history, print was all we had. In a world of connected devices, we need to publish digital content onto all …

A digital world: what impact does the technology sector have on children?

This weekly focus, in partnership with Unicef, explores the positive and negative impacts of the technology sector on children and young …

UNICEF

Is the digital economy a threat to our cultural life?

Imagine being young and having to do up to seven years of unpaid work experience before you could get gainful employment. This is not a doom-laden …

Alexander McCall Smith

Are children consuming too much digital technology?

How much time should children spend online or playing apps and games?<p>That question is one of the overriding parenting conundrums of our modern …

Super Mario

Digital news is finally starting to pay

Newspaper publishers beleaguered by digital developments for the past decade are starting to believe that business models to support digital …

Digital Media

Young people more willing to pay for digital news, report finds

Young people are more willing to pay for online news than any other age group, according to a major study of internet habits.<p>The survey of 11,000 …

An Emerging Divide: Why Companies Need to Embrace Digital Now

• Partner Content<br>• Author: Bryan Kirschner, Apigee Institute. Bryan Kirschner, Apigee Institute<p>In just a few years the shift of the critical mass of …

Innovation

Digital-only imprints in the ebook era: inclusive or exploitative?

Poor old big-name publishers. Stick to your guns by insisting on the value of your traditional, print-centric gatekeeping, and you'll be shunted …

As our digital world expands, how can the technology sector protect children?

The internet moves at a rapid pace with new trends emerging weekly, often led by celebrity culture, media, brands, and word of mouth. The latest "in" …

Sustainability

From memory to sexuality, the digital age is changing us completely

In this future, the past has been forgotten. Not entirely: there are still a few rebels who cling to whatever memories they can pass on, in whispers …

Leon Wieseltier

Gigaom | The past can’t buy the future for newspapers, says Digital First CEO John Paton

Advertisement<p>Calling your company Digital First Media makes it fairly obvious where you think the future of the industry lies, and Digital First CEO …