Marco Arment, the creator of the "read later" app, decides to step back and let startup-launcher Betaworks take control.
The once-immensely popular social news site has been purchased by New York-based Betaworks, and will live on next to daily news digest service News.me.
Emergency database will let dead URL shortening services--or at least their short URLs--come back to life.
Digg's new owners say they're rewriting the site from scratch, and will have a brand-new version of it up by August 1.
Can Digg make a comeback under the leadership of the Betaworks team? Or is it a house whose foundation is permanently broken?
The publishing platform that's a mix between Twitter and Blogger gets a hefty wad of cash in venture capital funding.
Just six weeks after Betaworks announced a complete makeover of the ailing news aggregator, the site is up and running, with a streamlined home page and Facebook and Twitter integration.
The celebrated entrepreneur is trying to make the world more human one place at a time.
News aggregator Digg is sold for parts, Dish customers can still see Sunday's Breaking Bad premiere, and the Uber app tries some sweet marketing.
The New York-based startup "builds social products to empower conversation" and is backed by an incubator that former Twitter bigwigs Evan Williams and Biz Stone created.