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Shows from the MTV-style "TV network for the Web" to appear on Blip.tv, which means Digg co-founder just might make it to traditional TV sets.
Michael Zimbalist, vice president of R&D at The New York Times Co., describes how the newspaper company is finding ways to link print and online in the mobile arena.
HyperCard makes a comeback, on the Web that is.
A night out at the exclusive, buttoned-up Founders Club event and the much more raucous CollegeHumor "Hottest College Girl in America" party. Welcome to New York.
The virtual-machine software, which enables users to run Vista on a Mac, is picking up steam. Perhaps this is when the company realizes its open-source vision.
What does MySpace look like on the iPhone? Developer Jake Marsh is trying to fix it.
Like Muxtape? Got a Mac? Try this out.
Video of alleged iPhone OS 1.2 posted
The latest installment of the invite-only New York tech mixers brought out the local tech scene's glitterati.