You may not have to shell out for a drink at the 500 Club to catch a glimpse of the upcoming Android phone from LG. An alleged final rendering of the device has popped up online.
Keeping hosted blog software up-to-date helps keep everyone secure.
What are they good for? Where are they going? We have three experienced guests today to discuss: Anil Dash, who was employee #1 at blog platform company Six Apart; Sachin Agarwal, the CEO of Posterous; and Kourosh Karimkhany, COO of the company that produces Talking Points Memo. Don't miss this look into current and future state of the blogosphere.
Google Docs is available to anyone without a Google account, Facebook launches an official privacy page, and Sysomos breaks down the demographics of the blogosphere.
Technorati surveyed a sample of about 1,000 bloggers and found that sites with 100,000 or more unique visitors are generating more than $75,000 in revenue.
One PR expert knew how to use the Internet to fight back, and he's not the exception. We're long past the era when companies could screw over their customers without risking public humiliation.
By the time the erroneous posting was explained away, it had been covered by many of the big blog sites.
When is a video so bad that it's actually good? An uber-lame Microsoft internal video making the rounds turns out to have been a spoof.
Tech bloggers are all lathered up about Mike Arrington's call for someone, perhaps him, to band together uberbloggers to "crush" CNET...and me.
After a brief hiatus while transition from ZDNet to CNET News, I have returned to the blogosphere. It was like going without my favorite tea (tie kuan yin) for nearly a week.