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  • For the first time, more people got news from the Web than newspapers in 2010, Pew report says

     
    More people said they got their news from the Web than a physical newspaper last year -- the first time in history this has happened, according to a study from the Pew Research Center released Monday. In a statement announcing the Pew Project for...
  • Twitter's Biz Stone to advise AOL on 'social impact'

     
    AOL has tapped Twitter co-founder Biz Stone as a strategic adviser to the Huffington Post as the struggling Internet company looks to increase its involvement in social causes. Stone, who long has been an evangelist for the role of technology in...
  • Groupon makes deal with Lionsgate, selling half-price tickets to 'The Lincoln Lawyer'

     
    Groupon, the website that features daily deals on services as varied as massages and solar-power panel installation, is linking up Hollywood. The popular online destination has made its first deal with a movie studio, announcing Wednesday that it would...
  • Baseball Fever

     
    I restrained myself from writing a pitchers and catchers column this year, even though, like most Phillies fans, I was thrown into a frenzy by the signing of free-agent pitcher Cliff Lee. Expectations for this season couldn't possibly be higher.......
  • Google for Nonprofits launches with new, discounted and free resources

     
    Google launched its new Google for Nonprofits program today, offering a variety of free or discounted resources, applications and outreach tools. "This is a new program for U.S. nonprofit organizations that will give them access to exclusive nonprofit...
  • Would you pay for the news?

     
    The New York Times will allow us to read 20 articles per month for free — anything more will cost you after March 28. Readers have become accustomed to getting their news for free.¬† The Times and other media companies¬† had hoped the online...
  • Retail roundup: Wedding dresses at Costco, home improvement sellers ramp up competition, more Borders closures, fast-casual restaurants see sales rise

     
    -- Costco is making it possible to pick up a year's supply of toilet paper and a wedding dress in the same trip. That's right, the discount warehouse chain is now hawking designer wedding dresses at 40% off retail, joining......
  • Groupon sells 190,000 tickets to 'Lincoln Lawyer'

     
    "The Lincoln Lawyer" has attracted about 190,000 clients through the discount e-mail service Groupon. A person familiar with the situation confirmed that independent studio Lionsgate sold that many tickets to the Matthew McConaughey thriller in its 48-...
  • SXSW 2011 Overview: A familiar refrain in Austin, Texas

     
    Once a showcase for unknowns, South by Southwest now regularly includes name acts. As music sales decline and independent acts often top Billboard charts, promotion takes precedence over business deals. With 2,000 bands performing over five days in...
  • Keira Knightley revs up Chanel in racy new ad [Updated]

     
    The star of the new Chanel ad for Coco Mademoiselle perfume, which debuted Monday online, is debatable. Some would say it's Keira Knightley, who reprises her film role as the famed French designer in this cryptic, come-hither, 60-second spot. Others......
  • Google to toughen privacy policy, undergo regular audits, in FTC settlement

     
    Google Inc., has agreed to implement a comprehensive privacy policy and undergo 20 years of independent audits as part of a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission in connection with charges that it used deceptive tactics and violated promises to...
  • Amazon Cloud Player plays music from the cloud, beats Apple and Google to market

     
    Amazon launched a cloud-based music storage and playback service, called Cloud Drive and Cloud Player, on Monday in a step that is putting it ahead of rivals Apple and Google. The new service allows users to store their music library into an Amazon...