Alex Salmond has accused the Treasury of leaking market-sensitive information about the future of RBS in Scotland in a dirty tricks campaign to undermine the independence campaign.
Rupert Murdoch has indicated his strongest support yet for an independent Scotland with a series of tweets suggesting that the media mogul could be about to back Alex Salmond’s yes campaign.
Twitch’s co-founder Emmett Shear has defended the company in the wake of its acquisition by Amazon, saying that he will refuse to let the live streaming video site for gamers be turned into a shop front.
Twitter has taken tentative steps towards e-commerce, introducing a “buy” button to some tweets for the first time.
Streaming music service Spotify says the aptly-named Summer by Calvin Harris was its “song of the summer” this year, after its users streamed the track more than 160m times since its release in June.
Judging by the response when I’ve written about the controversial topic of in-app purchases in kids’ apps in the past, plenty of people think they should be banned entirely: freemium as a no-go area for children’s apps.
George Clooney is set to direct an adaptation of the book Hack Attack by Guardian journalist Nick Davies, an account of Davies’ investigation into Rupert Murdoch’s media empire which uncovered the phone-hacking scandal that rocked the British establishment and resulted in the closure of the News of the World.
Jack Straw, the former British foreign secretary, said his instinct was that it would be right for Britain to join the US air strikes against Islamic State (Isis) in Iraq, saying there were legal grounds to do so.
YouTube now attracts more than 1 billion viewers a month watching 6bn hours of video, with nearly 40% of it watched on mobile devices. Its top channels are taking advantage.
It has been one disaster after another for Loxfest, as Ambridge's answer to Glastonbury has grappled with all-girl band Honey Storm pulling out and headlining act Quaintance Smith being cut from the bill after accusations of domestic abuse.
The next televised clash between Alex Salmond and Alistair Darling on Scottish independence is to be screened live across the UK later this month.
With more than 29m subscribers, PewDiePie is the biggest star on YouTube. Now he’s launched his own mobile app to keep fans watching his videos.