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.
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.
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.
Peer-to-peer software company has agreed to distribute shows for NBC Direct site.
Founder's predictions about the fate of online advertising have been some of the most bearish--and well-publicized. Company, meanwhile, continues to trim editorial staff.
The teen girl social-networking site plans to shut down on December 16, according to an e-mail sent to users.
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.