If Betaworks' News.me team can add key features like a good commenting system, a reliable spam filter, and selectable news categories, Digg could be a successful site once again.
Digg.com voters choose to ask the California governor about whether he'd legalize and regulate marijuana, which could raise over $1 billion a year in revenue. He says no, but he's interested in the debate.
Spoiler alert: After watching this illusionist reveal the mystery behind his cup-and-ball magic trick, you'll think, "I see what you did there."
Reaching for the unattainable 85-inch 4K Samsung TV; using an Oculus Rift VR headset for a better movie screening experience; and a 5-second test that will tell you which of your friends are dirty, rotten liars!
A video that suddenly wafts about the Web shows a magician's expertise in one technical area -- video editing.
If you've saved your Google Reader data, you can start importing the data into alternative readers, like Digg Reader.
Digg continues to survey people on what they want in a RSS reader. So far, it looks like the service won't be social or free when it launches.
The search giant says it inadvertently removed Digg, in its entirety, from its search engine.
A day after Google Reader announces it's going away, the venerable news aggregator announces a replacement.
With Google Reader on its way out this Monday, many users will be in need of a replacement for their RSS subscriptions. Here's a roundup of what we think are the best alternatives available.