Google is set to close its Spanish news service in the next week ahead of a new policy being introduced which will allow the country's publisher to charge for displaying their content.

Ontv.lk, a website that allows Sri Lankans to be up to date with their daily television schedule, was launched recently with support to all major TV stations in Sri Lanka.

Facebook is promising publishers “better targeting” and “more intelligence” with the launch of a suite of tools it hopes convinces them to invest more resources into distributing content across the network.

Mobitel today announced that the Catholic Church of Sri Lanka has chosen the National Mobile Service Provider as the Exclusive Mobile Communications Partner for the forthcoming Papal visit scheduled for next month.

Guinness World Records (GWR) has released a series of short films on YouTube celebrating some of its most iconic record-breaking moments to commemorate its 60th anniversary.

YouTube looks back at 2014's top videos

Wednesday, 10 December 2014 09:38

It's that time of year again, when Google-owned YouTube looks back at the year's top videos.

The National Mobile Service Provider Mobitel together with Sports 1st facilitated the prestigious Sports 1st Mobitel Platinum Awards 2014 a few days ago, to give recognition for the sporting achievements of hundreds of sportsmen and sportswomen in a wide range of sports categories from across the country for the first time, going down in history as the ultimate and only awards to give recognition to sports in Sri Lanka.

Claire Díaz-Ortiz, Twitter’s head of social innovation, has used the platform to announce that she is moving on.

Activia is the most shared social video brand of 2014, research from Unruly has found.

A US man jailed for four years for posting a Facebook comment about killing his ex-wife is to go before the Supreme Court as judges attempt to determine whether the missive constituted an intended threat or merely a foul mouthed rant.

Social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook are being instructed to simplify their terms and conditions under a new crackdown on obtuse legalese.