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Arem Duplessis, who was behind the magazine's covers for almost a decade, will join the tech giant as a creative director.
Amazon's publishing arm will publish short bios of "icons" who exhibit varying degrees of goodness, such as Jesus, Josef Stalin, J.D. Salinger, and David Lynch -- but no Jeff Bezos.
After a humiliating gaffe following a San Francisco plane crash, KTVU uses the Digital Millennium Copyright Act to have clips of the event removed from the Internet.
Twitter becomes a high-fashion accessory with artist's Data Necklace, a year's worth of tweets laser-etched into a unique piece of jewelry.
By updating its iOS and Android apps and releasing an all-new iPad app, Twitter aims to bring more users than ever back into the fold.
Not only did the Internet TV channel give out a Twitter ID that doesn't belong to new anchor Eliot Spitzer, but it turns out the former New York governor doesn't even use Twitter.
Kindle users are leaning toward downloads priced at $0.00. Still, with Amazon playing close to the vest, it's hard to tell what the sales patterns really look like.
Today's show welcomes Eric Franklin, host of the Inside CNET Labs Podcast, who comes on to talk about the new Watchmen Blu-ray/DVD. We also talk about XBox Portable, Hoboken's newest mayor, ComicCon, and of course Beck's Beer/Last.FM Audio Draft!
The first two nights of the annual Internet Week New York's after-hours scene indicate that the drive to promote digital innovation and convergence tends to disappear around midnight.
Publisher's plans to build out new sites for magazines like Details have been suspended indefinitely, according to a MediaBistro post.