Georgina Prodhan

Two Europeans listed on missing Malaysia flight not on board

Two passports lost or stolen in Thailand on separate occasions were used to board the missing Malaysia Airlines plane.

War and weather delay Syria’s chemical weapons removal

Chemical arms watchdog OPCW has said Syria will likely miss its December 31 deadline to remove the "most critical" warfare chemicals from the country.

Amazon, Google lead rush for new web real estate

An unprecedented land grab for new web addresses has begun with fierce competition for new internet real estate including .app, .blog and .web.

News Corp comes clean on scale of hacking cover-up

The British newspaper arm of News Corp has admitted to victims that executives covered up the scale of illegal activity by destroying evidence.

Is James Murdoch fit to lead?

James Murdoch looks set to survive a board meeting of BSkyB on Thursday even as questions multiply over whether he is a fit chairperson.

Inside Rebekah Brooks’ News of the World

"It was the kind of place you get out of and you never want to go back again," said a former reporter of the <em>News of the World</em>.

Phone hack fallout may spread to US

The British Parliament will back a motion on Wednesday urging Rupert Murdoch to drop plans to buy the whole of broadcaster BSkyB.

Gordon Brown targeted by Murdoch’s papers

Allegations that Gordon Brown was a target of illegal data gathering by Rupert Murdoch's newspapers piled pressure on the media baron.

Murdoch flies to London to tackle phone-hack crisis

Rupert Murdoch flies to London on Saturday to deal with the escalating phone-hacking crisis engulfing his British newspapers business.

Apple fans queue overnight to beat iPad shortages

Hundreds of customers queued outside Apple stores in Asia and Europe to buy an iPad 2 tablet computer amid fears of shortages.

Google offers online news compromise

Google has offered publishers a way to attract paying subscribers without having to remove their content from Google News search results.

European publishers see no signs of recovery

European publishers see no signs of depressed advertising markets improving, they said on Thursday.

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