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Semantic search will help identify multiple concepts within single search queries.

Posted 15 April 2011

Autonomy's new search technology Aurasma embeds images and videos onto images of 'real objects'.

Posted 15 April 2011

Microsoft's 'rival to StreetView' will launch in Europe.

Posted 14 April 2011

Kobo, the wireless e-reading service, has announced it is expanding in Europe.

Posted 12 April 2011

The most popular activities include game playing, information searching and emailing.

Posted 11 April 2011

Elsevier is offering $35,000 in an international competition to develop apps to 'accelerate science'.

Posted 8 April 2011

New conference will focus on practical aspects of enterprise search in Europe.

Posted 7 April 2011

Google found guilty of 'defamation' against Italian businessman.

Posted 7 April 2011

The LISRC review is now underway.

Posted 5 April 2011

Microsoft has filed a formal complaint against the internet search giant.

Posted 31 March 2011

Europeana project to document the first World War is seeking German material.

Posted 31 March 2011

The Royal Society of Chemistry has launched RSC Advances in response to the growth in research across the chemical sciences.

Posted 31 March 2011

The UK edition will launch this summer.

Posted 30 March 2011

The quarterly online publication features thought pieces and interviews with industry leaders.

Posted 25 March 2011

Google fined €100,000 in France for data protection breach.

Posted 24 March 2011

Europe leads Firefox 4 download figures

Posted 23 March 2011

Google's legal settlement with publishers and authors challenged in the US.

Posted 23 March 2011

European magazine publishers publish a five point appeal to policy makers.

Posted 21 March 2011

Copyright law in Europe is evolving at a 'dazzling pace' and more change is expected.

Posted 18 March 2011

The New York Times digital subscription model has been announced, and widely debated.

Posted 18 March 2011

French authors and publishers have failed to reach an agreement regarding electronic rights.

Posted 17 March 2011

The European Information Association has announced the winners of its awards for Excellence in European Information Provision.

Posted 16 March 2011

The microblogging service celebrates its birthday by blogging some boggling statistics.

Posted 15 March 2011

The site, dedicated to librarians, offers new features and the chance to win a Kindle!

Posted 14 March 2011

Research report looks at the current usage figures and predicts trends in social networking in the EU5 countries.

Posted 14 March 2011

Mendeley, the academic research tool, is offering a $10,001 prize for a winning app.

Posted 10 March 2011

Talis Information, the library software division of the Talis Group, has been acquired by Capita Software Service.

Posted 4 March 2011

Thomson Reuters' 'Research in View' aggregates and standardises data from disparate sources to provide a unified database.

Posted 4 March 2011

Unannounced antitrust inspections held in e-book companies.

Posted 2 March 2011

Pearson's preliminary 2010 results show strong growth in digital revenues.

Posted 1 March 2011

McKinsey surveyed 4,500 web users in Europe and the US to explore the value they are getting from their 'free' web activity.

Posted 1 March 2011

The literary archive of John le Carre, author of Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy and more than 20 other novels, has been gifted to Oxford's Bodleian Library.

Posted 25 February 2011

The European Commission is considering the idea of lowering Value Added Tax rates for online media.

Posted 18 February 2011

An open project seeks to make it easier to use Creative Commons content appropriately.

Posted 18 February 2011

FreePint has published two research reports that explore corporate and individual attitudes to mobile content.

Posted 17 February 2011

Cambridge University Press announces the launch of African Bibliography as a fully-searchable online database.

Posted 17 February 2011

Payment service will enable publishers to 'have control over pricing of content' says Google.

Posted 16 February 2011

A study conducted in eight countries reports that 72% of European web users download or watch online news video.

Posted 15 February 2011

The Financial Times reports that TweetDeck is close to being taken over by Silicon Valley's UberMedia.

Posted 15 February 2011

Sage has acquired four journals from Palgrave Macmillan as both publishers seek to focus their publishing programmes.

Posted 10 February 2011

Wiley's Open Access programme will publish primary peer reviewed research in the life and biomedical sciences.

Posted 10 February 2011

Investment to help deliver efficencies through shared services in cloud computing infrastructure and applications.

Posted 9 February 2011

The open access journal New Journal of Physics (NJP) now features video abstracts.

Posted 7 February 2011

Germany's online population is the largest in the EU.

Posted 4 February 2011

The UK's Research Information Network (RIN) has published the second part of its research report into the use of ejournals by researchers in the UK.

Posted 3 February 2011

Springer's new service enables online access to review copies.

Posted 3 February 2011

Five million digital objects to be made available via Europeana Libraries project.

Posted 3 February 2011

Dailymotion, the French video sharing website, has announced that it is to stream live news from several networks.

Posted 2 February 2011

Google announces its plans to expand in Europe in 2011.

Posted 26 January 2011

European cultural portal plans dramatic growth in next five years, aims to engage users via social media.

Posted 25 January 2011