Google's threatening to cut French media from its search results, in response to a proposed law that would require it to pay for articles that appear in results.
Recently, two major newspapers I read in Michigan decided to switch to Facebook for reader comments on their websites. It got me thinking: does everything really need to be linked to Facebook?
Belgian newspapers that successfully fought against Google's inclusion of their articles in Google News are up in arms because Google is, er, blocking their articles from inclusion in search results.
More and more people may be using mobile phones to access news, say researchers, but this isn't eating into the kfor more traditional news services.
Almost half of mobile device owners use their device to get some sort of local news information - but only ten per cent of them pay for it.
A group of European newspaper publishers has complained to Apple about its revenue split for iTunes digital subscriptions.
Amazon's moved to improve the competitiveness of its Kindle e-reader by allowing users to lend their books to friends.