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Dec 21, 2015
ABC appoints Google executive as first female chiefThe Australian Broadcasting Corporation on Monday named Google executive Michelle Guthrie as its new managing director, the first woman to hold the top post at the public broadcaster.
Jan 28, 2014
Microsoft SkyDrive to soon be called OneDriveArray
Aug 01, 2013
Microsoft to rename SkyDrive after losing trademark suit to BSkyBAfter a recent UK court ruling that went in British Sky Broadcasting Group’s favour (BSkyB) Microsoft has agreed to change the name of SkyDrive
Jun 29, 2013
No more ads on controversial Pages and Groups, announces FacebookFacebook is going to roll out a revised policy for Pages and Groups to appease advertisers on the website. The new changes will see advertisements running
May 27, 2013
Syrian Electronic Army hacks BSkyB's Play Store page, Twitter accountThe Syrian Electronic Army, a hacking group held responsible for several visible attacks in the last few weeks, reportedly took control of British broadcaster BSkyB's Sky Android apps in the Google Play Store...
Nov 01, 2012
James Murdoch re-elected to BSkyB board with 95% supportJames Murdoch was re-elected to the board of BSkyB, ensuring his family's media empire retains a direct influence at Britain's biggest pay-TV company despite being weakened by a phone hacking scandal.
Apr 25, 2012
Rupert Murdoch: I am not angry at David CameronAmid speculation, The News Corp chairman testified on Wednesday that he had no anger at Prime Minister David Cameron for setting up the media ethics enquiry.
Apr 05, 2012
We hacked in public interest: Sky NewsRupert Murdoch's channel has revealed that it twice authorised its reporters to hack into computers for greater good.
Apr 03, 2012
James Murdoch to step down from BSkyBSky, the news channel of BSkyB, has reported that the resignation will be confirmed later on Tuesday after a board meeting.
Jul 14, 2011
Murdochs in showdown with British governmentThe latest bombshell in this fast developing story came after British PM David Cameron announced a broad, multi-pronged enquiry into the growing scandal around Rupert Murdoch's newspapers, press regulation and allegations of police corruption relating to the scandal.