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.
Latest purchase by search giant follows acquisitions of Dodgeball and Grand Central.
Using the same "check-in" philosophy that services like Loopt and Dodgeball pioneered, Microsoft hopes to make a difference in community organizing and emergency preparedness.
Dennis Crowley, inventor of many things good, including Dodgeball (the social Web tool, not the terrible movie or the gym game Justin and Wilson can't play because of their thick glasses), joins The 404 today to talk about some interesting stories from th