63 Results for



New Netscape.com focuses on news

Site will transform from a general purpose portal into a news site in which both readers and editors choose the content. Images: Netscape diggs into news

By June 14, 2006


Digg is dead: Twitter killed it and Google helped bury the corpse

We've checked its pulse, and the link-sharing site is dead. Here's how the rise of social networking -- and Google's ceaseless evolution -- stuck the knife in and twisted

By November 5, 2009


Netscape.com to become portal for Time Warner content

AOL Time Warner is taking steps to dramatically refocus its flagging Netscape subsidiary, according to sources familiar with the plans.

By January 23, 2001


AOL's Propeller changes look, algorithm

AOL's social-news site continues to change identities. Will this latest shift cast off some of its most hard-core users?

By July 22, 2008


Dot-com pioneers--where are they now?

From CompuServe to Pets.com, we take a look at some of the movers and shakers from the 1990s to see how they've fared.

By February 1, 2008


AOL deep-sixes Netscape browser

It's mostly a formality at this point, but AOL is dropping support for its Netscape Web browser on February 1.

By December 28, 2007


Netscape's Digg clone to relaunch as Propeller

Netscape.com is on its way to being a portal page, so what's happening to their Social networking site? It will soon relaunch as Propeller.com.

By September 12, 2007


MSNBC buys social news site Newsvine

MSNBC now owns Newsvine; find out what's changing and what's not about the popular social news site.

By October 7, 2007


Netscape's Propeller quietly launches, tries to ignore Digg news

Propeller, Netscape's rebranded social news site, is alive and spinning.

By September 19, 2007