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APP OF THE DAY: Eureka (iPad)

APP OF THE DAY: Eureka (iPad)

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The Times came in for some pretty heavy criticism when it decided to put its online content behind a paywall (thanks for that Rupert). But, the latest figures indicate that, despite a massive fall in readership, the paywall is bringing in the bucks. And... >>

The Times paywall brings in the bucks

The Times paywall brings in the bucks

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Controversial it may be, and its erection may have haemorrhaged readers, but latest subscription figures revealed by News International show that The Times Online is turning over a tidy sum since it went behind a paywall. The publisher has stated that... >>

Times haemorrhages readers after building paywall

Times haemorrhages readers after building paywall

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Since adopting a pay model, the website of UK newspapers The Times and The Sunday Times has lost around 90 per cent of its readership.  Since 15 June, readers are required to pay a subscription of £2 per week, or £1 per day if they just want to dip... >>

The Times paywall goes up bringing with it the end of the free ride

The Times paywall goes up bringing with it the end of the free ride

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The Times, one of the UK's largest and oldest newspapers, has raised its paywall on Friday; shutting out anyone who isn’t willing to pay and bringing with it the dawn of, what could be, a very different online experience. From 2 July 2010, visitors... >>

Web bigwigs: Murdoch's paywalls are a mistake

Web bigwigs: Murdoch's paywalls are a mistake

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Leading industry figures from the web have rounded on Rupert Murdoch and suggested that he was wrong to put The Times behind a paywall.  Speaking during a panel at the Future of Media event during Internet Week New York, Google News senior business product... >>

The Times prepares for paywall launch

The Times prepares for paywall launch

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Rupert Murdoch's quest for further riches has, this week, seen the launch of the new Times and Sunday Times websites, which Murdoch's company News International is planning to hide away behind a paywall. For £1 a day, or £2 a week, readers will be able... >>

Times and Sunday Times websites to charge from June

Times and Sunday Times websites to charge from June

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The way we access the Internet will most likely fundamentally change following the decision by The Times and Sunday Times to start charging to visit their websites. Called a "paywall", the newspaper will charge users £1 for a day's access and £2 for... >>

Times opens 200 year archive to the public

Times opens 200 year archive to the public

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A staggering 200 years of newspaper history is soon going to be available online for the public to browse. The Times newspaper is to put every issue published between 1785 and 1985 online in a new, and free, searchable archive. The papers have been digitised... >>