News Corp's The Daily set to close

Less than two years after launching it, to great fanfare, News Corp is to close down its iPad app The Daily. The app's already been removed from iTunes, and will publish its final issue on December 15.

News Corp accused of more hacking

News Corp, which ate massive amounts of crow after its tabloid publications were accused of unlawful hacking, is now facing a new allegation.

Just don't answer the phone

The stench of the Rupert Murdoch phone scandal has been growing worse and worse since the story first broke that people's voicemails were broken into for dirt that was published in Murdoch's tabloid, News of the World. 

LulzSec hits News International

The LulzSec hacker group is back, bringing down the website of the Sun newspaper, owned by News International.

News Corp. offloads MySpace for $35 million

News Corp. is reportedly offloading the moribund MySpace to Specific Media for a cool $35 million.

The Daily has eyes on Android

Ever since it was first announced last year, Rupert Murdoch's digital newspaper The Daily has been referred to as an "iPad-only" publication. Soon, that verbiage will need to change.

Murdoch's The Daily hits the virtual newsstands

Yesterday marked the official launch of The Daily (no relation), Rupert Murdoch's new from-the-ground-up daily paper for the iPad.

Analysis: News Corp's digital iPad newspaper to launch 2/2

After an unexpected delay, it's now being reported that Rupert Murdoch will launch his next revolution in media on February 2, when The Daily is set to be available on Apple's iPad.

Murdoch's iPad newspaper gets delayed

Media mogul Rupert Murdoch has launched a few successful publications in his time, but we're going to have to wait a bit longer to see if The Daily is one of them. The pending iPad-exclusive newspaper won't be coming out as soon as expected.

News Corp hooks up with Apple for iPad daily paper

Rupert Murdoch's News Corporation is working on the launch of a daily newspaper for the iPad.

Capitalism conquers fear of iPad

The Wall Street Journal, WSJ, rhymes with vajayjay, is going to charge $18 a month for its iPad subscription. Richie Rich is first official subscriber.