TechCrunch is reporting that as many as four companies are looking at acquiring the social news site. So far, the Digg commmunity is not pleased.
This week's most talked-about site, Dabagirls.com, is surely a satire on dating a Wall Street banker. Except that many of its readers don't get the joke.
"Diggers" found the time capsule containing Jobs' mouse that International Design Conference organizers buried, and lost, in Aspen, Colo., in 1983. CNET has video from the excavation.
After digging inside the Aspen Time Tube, archaeologists find the treasure they were looking for: the mouse Steve Jobs used before the time capsule was buried in 1983.
Buried, and lost, in an Aspen field in 1983, the 13-foot-long tube contained, among other things, the mouse from Jobs' Lisa computer. Now, thanks to the TV show "Diggers," it's been found.
The end of the year wouldn't be complete without a penultimate appearance from CNET Audiophiliac Steve Guttenberg. We'll check in with the new Rough Trade record store in Brooklyn, sample a variety of hi-fi gear, and preview a movie about the best-selling band you've never heard of.
Miss a few stories this week? We'll get you up to speed with this rundown of all the tech news.
A quite fascinating survey from AnastasiaDate.com offers that 1 in 10 relationships will end on or before Valentine's Day and that men choose online dating because it is so much cheaper.
Blogger who wrote about the "lost" Steve Jobs speech said a time capsule with Jobs' Lisa mouse was buried in Aspen, Colo., in 1983. It has never been found.