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Digg is aiming to release a beta version of its RSS reader some time in June, ahead of the July 1 closing of Google Reader, but it may not be free. After Google announced it would be shutting down its RSS reader back in March, Digg promised users it...
Tags: Social Media, Media Industry
Earlier we showed some of the first April Fools' Day pranks posted online by tech companies, with Google notably leading the way, but more companies have joined in on the humorous holiday with pranks of their own. From Netflix's super-specific movie and...
Ahead of a press event Tuesday, T-Mobile quietly updated its website this weekend to announce that it was doing away with service contracts. With the move, T-Mobile becomes the first major U.S. carrier to drop smartphone subsidies. The Seattle company...
Tags: Computer Hardware, Apple iPhone, BlackBerry, T-Mobile
Digg has received more than 800 comments on a blog that the social news website posted last week to announce it would develop a replacement for Google Reader, which is slated to shut down July 1. "That’s more than we received when we told the...
Tags: Social Media
Twitter turned 7 Thursday, and to celebrate the occasion, the social network posted a quick video timeline recapping its history from an idea on a notebook to the major tech player it is today. The video starts by showing the sketch for a site called...
Oops! A mistake by Google on Wednesday morning caused the site's search service to remove Digg from its results, leading to speculation that there may have been some drama between the two tech companies. Digg users searching for the social news...
With Google Reader set to shut down this summer, many other apps have come into the spotlight as possible alternatives to the popular RSS service. So here are some of the top free services we recommend as users prepare for Google Reader going dark...
If you love tech and the business of tech, then 2013 should be a very interesting year. We’ll find out whether Marissa Mayer can keep the momentum going at Yahoo and whether the Web dinosaurs Myspace and Digg can successfully reinvent themselves....
TechnologyRon Gorodetzky didn't aspire to work at Google or any other tech giant for that matter. Gorodetzky was a start-up man -- having worked at the news sharing site Digg in its early days before going on to be a co-founder of the video site Revision3 and...
L.A. Times Tech BlogMichael Arrington, the colorful founder of TechCrunch, who built a mini media empire in Silicon Valley that he sold to AOL a year ago, is raising a $20 million venture capital fund to invest in early-stage technology companies with Patrick Gallagher of...
L.A. Times Tech BlogDigg's new look: Newsrooms to separate the good from the bad: Digg, the social news reading website, is going through yet another overhaul and this time is taking a new approach, which it calls Newsrooms, to allow the best content to ascend atop its...
L.A. Times Tech BlogSoundCloud wants to be a YouTube for sounds: SoundCloud is one of the handful of popular destinations for musicians on the web looking to upload their songs, so listeners can download or stream their work. But while musician's have largely powered...
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