From New Media Age
- Lord Stephen Carter admits Digital Britain report overlooked consumer issues
Lord Stephen Carter has acknowledged a lack of content about consumer issues such as privacy, internet neutrality and behavioural targeting within January's interim Digital Britain report
- BBC appoints first online access champion
The BBC has appointed its first online access champion in a bid to get more people to use its online services
- Pirate Bay founders receive jail sentence
A Swedish court has ruled the founders behind file sharing site The Pirate Bay guilty of assisting copyright infringement
From Marketing Direct
- Triumph launches Magic Wire bra with Twitter search for women's niggles
Triumph, the lingerie company, is launching a product called Magic Wire, backed by a campaign that invites women to share their routine irritations.
- Havas confirms King's Cross move
Havas has confirmed it will be moving all of its London agencies into a single site in King's Cross, after signing a deal for 3 Pancras Square.
- Havas UK revenue climbs 22% in Q2
Havas has reported income before tax of ?94 million (£74.2 million) across the first half of the year, up 5.6 per cent year on year, as UK revenues surged almost 20 per cent in the same period.
From The Telegraph
- Sci-fi inventions that the real world needs
Scientists have finally created a real-world version of Marty McFly's iconic hoverboard. What other gadgets from the pages of science-fiction would make the world a better place?
- How to save cash with Apple's Family Sharing feature
With the latest update to iOS Apple has generously allowed you to share music, apps and books with your family for free. No longer does a family of six need to buy six copies of The Beatles' catalogue, just one. Read our handy guide on how to set it up...
- Mac Mini teardown: in pictures
The iFixit team take apart the latest Mac Mini, Apple's most compact, affordable computer