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Digg bought up by Betaworks, will live on alongside News.me

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.

By July 12, 2012


Digg CEO: All's well, wait till you see what's next

Digg is painting a positive picture for the company's efforts over the next few months, despite news that founder Kevin Rose has scaled back his duties there.

By March 21, 2011


Digg co-founder Kevin Rose scales back Digg duties

Digg co-founder and figurehead Kevin Rose confirms that he's left the company's day-to-day operations and is seeking to put his efforts into a new start-up venture.

By March 18, 2011


Diggnation, now on Hulu

The popular Revision3 geek culture show, Diggnation, has made its debut on Hulu.

By October 13, 2008


Why I gave up on Digg

Digg used to be one of my big online habits, but not anymore. Here's why I'm happier now that I've moved on to something else.

By September 24, 2010


Crave interviews Diggnation's Alex Albrecht

Crave sits down with Alex Albrecht of Revision3's Diggnation to discuss the future of on-demand video, mobile media and a whole heap more. Come listen to the most important 30 minutes of today

By November 19, 2007


Does the 'new Digg' need an Ashton Kutcher?

The revamped Digg's emphasis on following brands may mean that a celeb who goes bonkers over the social news site could be the best thing that's happened to it in months.

By August 25, 2010


Loaded: Getting Loaded with Diggnation

Verizon has its sights set on an Alltel acquisition, Google gets sued by Louis Vuitton for copyright violation, and you can e-mail to your hearts content on JetBlue. Also, Natali pretends she is Kevin Rose and plays Diggnation with Alex Albrecht!

By June 5, 2008


SF AppShow gives developers leg up on competition

The San Francisco-based app showcase is now selling out and attracting some of the hottest apps around. Those presenting see a clear benefit.

By May 26, 2010


Digg 'killing' the DiggBar, unbanning domains

Digg to do away with its software-free toolbar in upcoming version of site. The news comes within hours of Digg's CEO Jay Adelson stepping down.

By April 6, 2010