Evri is a free and ad-free newsreader for the iPad that merits your attention.
Debuting today at D6, the technology creates profile pages with meaningful connections among people, locations, products, and events.
Rudy Gadre left Facebook to move back to Seattle, and now he's been hired as vice president of business operations at the Seattle-based search-and-discover company.
Yahoo's magazine app for the iPad has an odd Microsoft feel to it and is harder to navigate than it needs to be.
Also: Evri is laying off 25 percent of its staff; Wynton Marsalis is making his album exclusively available on iLike for 24 hours; and AirSage has updated its offering.
It's not a great product for obsessive RSS readers, but it's pretty good for everyone else.
Six of fifteen companies pitching at the start-up conference Tuesday are offering new ways for you to find Web content you're likely to enjoy.
Mike McCue, Flipboard's founder & CEO, spoke on bringing good design, typography, beauty and white space to Web content.
The products we'll be eyeing at Demo 09, from a desktop client for aggregating social network activity to software for corporate crisis management.
CNET's Ina Fried proves herself an ungracious guest and a poor reporter, winning a "Settlers of Catan" board game tournament she showed up to cover.