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The New York Times website has gone dark, but it's far from a spontaneous outage. The publication announced that it suspects the website has been compromised by a hacker.
The New York Times has announced that people can now view an unlimited amount of videos posted by the newspaper on its website for free, thanks in part to a Microsoft sponsorship deal.
Microsoft Research, in cooperation with the Technion Institute of Technology in Israel, is working on a system to potentially divine the future from newspaper headlines and other sources.
Microsoft is promoting the fact that several Windows 8 apps are either being offered for free for a limited time or have special premium deals that will expire on January 31st.
A number of major news organizations, including The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, ABC News and Fox News have made their Windows 8 app debut this week in the Windows Store.
The New York Times has decided to cut off support for its native Blackberry application, along with the app made for the Palm Pre smartphone, saying its mobile website offers better support.
Employees who work at Apple's retail store locations reportedly got a big raise this week, just before a New York Times article that was critical of Apple's retail stores was published.
Microsoft's Kinect motion detecting technology is being used in a new concept device from the New York Times' R&D lab that offers news and more via a "magic mirror".
Security experts have called for Internet companies to do more to tackle the growing threat of "malvertising", the practice of placing fake adverts on a website to convince visitors to download malware, according to the...