New York Times Paywall Launches Today
The New York Times subscription paywall will go into effect in the U.S. and worldwide beginning 2 p.m. today.
Google To Begin Testing Mobile Payments
Google Inc. is partnering with MasterCard Inc. and Citigroup to enable Android smartphone owners to make purchases by waving their devices at checkout counters, sources have told the WSJ.
Warner Bros Adds More Titles to Facebook Movie Rental Service
Warner Bros. has added five new titles to its $3 Facebook movie rental service: Inception, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, Yogi Bear and Life as We Know It.
Widespread Wi-Fi Coming to London Underground by 2012
The London Underground is inviting telecom companies to bid for a contract that will bring Wi-Fi to 120 of London’s stations by June 2012..
Group messaging startup GroupMe has launched GroupMe Featured Groups, a new feature that enables brands to both create and engage in group messaging conversations about them.
All 21 tracks of Snoop Dogg‘s latest album, Doggumentary, were released on the artist’s MySpace page this weekend.