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Governments should set traps to catch hackers and identify security weaknesses.

Posted 26 November 2012

New tool that measures student engagement with digital texts to be launched in 2013.

Posted 24 November 2012

The Financial Times Deutschland is being closed down after 12 years.

Posted 24 November 2012

Google and the French government are said to be in discussions about the search engine's tax affairs in France.

Posted 21 November 2012

An app has been launched to help educate users about legal copying.

Posted 21 November 2012

Europe's largest legal/tax publisher is not expecting any growth in its European market in 2013.

Posted 15 November 2012

Archive contains over 90 years of research and analysis on international affairs.

Posted 14 November 2012

Google has begun to roll out its music streaming and cloud storage service in Europe.

Posted 14 November 2012

Internet security firm Symantec predicts top five internet security issues for 2013.

Posted 13 November 2012

TED and Wiley to work together on TED Studies - a series for academia.

Posted 12 November 2012

Collaboration between two UK bodies seeks to provide a unified skills framework.

Posted 7 November 2012

Google's market share of search declined in October.

Posted 7 November 2012

Facebook has published 'more prominent' information on privacy.

Posted 6 November 2012

Gartner's predictions for 2013 include actionable analytics and the Internet of Things.

Posted 25 October 2012

Research reveals increase in texting, smartphone ownership and tablet use; decrease in TV viewing.

Posted 24 October 2012

Two articles in Research Information provide updates on the progress of Open Access in Europe.

Posted 24 October 2012

Members of the public helped draft new constitution.

Posted 23 October 2012

The shortlist of 25 titles has been released.

Posted 22 October 2012

Facebook has prioritised mobile in 2012.

Posted 22 October 2012

New briefing assesses open access in biomedical research across Europe.

Posted 22 October 2012

A job listing seeking linguists hints at international growth for Netflix.

Posted 22 October 2012

Gold OA publisher Humanities Directory scheduled to launch later this year.

Posted 22 October 2012

Google says such laws could 'threaten its very existence.

Posted 19 October 2012

Netflix begins Nordic rollout.

Posted 15 October 2012

IOP aims to 'meet the needs of the research community in a changing publishing environment'.

Posted 12 October 2012

Amazon is to launch its Kindle Owners' Lending Library in France, Germany and the UK.

Posted 12 October 2012

Txtr announces 'the smallest e-reader in the world'.

Posted 12 October 2012

Kobo announces an acquisition and other product and content developments.

Posted 10 October 2012

Aim to make content available to widest audience possible, including academia, individuals and professionals.

Posted 9 October 2012

YouTube is planning to create at least 60 new video channels in Europe.

Posted 9 October 2012

Amazon continues to roll out new services and products to Europe.

Posted 8 October 2012

Directory to help public locate library services.

Posted 5 October 2012

The EU has adopted the Orphan Works Directive.

Posted 5 October 2012

Academic publisher joins the collaborative archive.

Posted 4 October 2012

European smartphone owners doubled their use of QR codes in the last year.

Posted 3 October 2012

STM publisher has begun migrating library customers to its revamped platform.

Posted 3 October 2012

Sustainability Exchange will enable effective information sharing for the education sector.

Posted 3 October 2012

This year, for the first time, two winners are announced.

Posted 27 September 2012

The entire field of particle physics will soon switch to OA.

Posted 26 September 2012

A growing number of UK retailers are to sell Barnes & Noble's Nook e-reader device.

Posted 26 September 2012

Kobo's e-readers are to be sold in Portugal through Fnac stores.

Posted 25 September 2012

The professional social network LinkedIn continues its localisation work.

Posted 25 September 2012

Facebook to turn off facial recognition function in Europe.

Posted 24 September 2012

The law had allowed for the sale of data from local government to companies - without citizen permission.

Posted 21 September 2012

EBSCO's latest Serials Price Projection Report released.

Posted 18 September 2012

TEL trends in UK academia revealed in latest survey.

Posted 18 September 2012

STM publisher offers its entire collection to developing countries via international innovation programme.

Posted 14 September 2012

NWO to cover processing charges for Dutch researchers.

Posted 13 September 2012

90% of downloaded apps will be free.

Posted 13 September 2012

Springer has announced the winners of its research-focused API Challenge 2.0

Posted 13 September 2012

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