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Google advertising revenue trumps Australia's traditional medi

Eric BeecherMay 22, 20092 Comments

Google has rewritten the lore of media, stealing almost 10% of the entire Australian advertising pie, writes Eric Beecher.

WolframAlpha: a search engine that knows the meaning of life

Eleri HarrisMay 22, 2009

WolframAlpha -- is it really the Next Big Thing in online search? Eleri Harris looks at what the pundits are saying.

Portofolio.com back from the dead

CrikeyMay 22, 2009

The website of defunct businses mag Portfolio has been brought back to life after Condé Nast transferred full control of its content to a new publisher.

Michael Wolff: People are morons

Michael Wolff: People are morons

CrikeyMay 22, 2009

A blunt interview with Newser founder and Vanity Fair columnist Michael Wolff.

Google: "Frenemy" of the NY Times

CrikeyMay 21, 2009

Google, with its popular Google News aggregation system, isn't an "ally" of the New York Times -- but it isn't a parasite, either, says Executive Editor Bill Keller.

Australians scared of the Internet filling up

CrikeyMay 21, 2009

Following Sunrise's staggering revelation that, ZOMG: the Internet is full!!11!1!, ZDNet ask punters how to keep it from spilling out all over their floor.

Google decide not to buy up the world's media... yet

Google decide not to buy up the world's media... yet

CrikeyMay 21, 2009

Google have looked into dipping their multi-coloured fingers into print media, but have decided it's better to "avoid crossing the line", says CEO Eric Schmidt.

Michael Connelly on the death of newspapers

CrikeyMay 21, 2009

Michael Connelly's latest novel nails its depiction of life as a journo in the ailing world of print media.

New media experts are a bunch of Twits

New media experts are a bunch of Twits

CrikeyMay 20, 2009

Newspapers may be going broke, says Stephen Matchett, but it's probably not because Twitter is making them obsolete, no matter what the new media experts say.

Google knows when you want to quit

CrikeyMay 20, 2009

Google say they have created an algorithm that can identify which of its 20,000 employees are most likely to quit.