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.
Once valued at over US$160 million, the social news aggregator has finally sold for just a fraction of that sum.
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?
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 publishing platform that's a mix between Twitter and Blogger gets a hefty wad of cash in venture capital funding.
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 celebrated entrepreneur is trying to make the world more human one place at a time.