What happens when Google decides to shut down one of your favorite Web apps? Not a whole lot of people will miss Dodgeball, but those who do will remember it fondly.
Company's experiments reach their end. Some will live on, though, supported by volunteers or just kept running without future development.
The kid's game will take over a major San Francisco park on Thursday evening. Bring your ball.
Are you on Twitter? If you're at SXSW, it's almost a requirement.
After four years, Alex Rainert is saying goodbye to the place-based social network he helped conceive.
The once-ambiguous location-sharing platform is turning more into a competitor to Foursquare, Yelp, and Facebook Places.
Mark Licea's helping us out on the engineering board for the week, and today he'll help us answer two questions: has anyone ever taken a good photo of a live band, and is it possible to lose weight playing video games?