Robert Scoble, ubiquitous in seemingly all forms of new media, is joining hosting company Rackspace and starting an online "community" for people "fanatical about the Internet," TechCrunch reports.
Self-proclaimed "geek blogger" Robert Scoble has nearly 48,000 followers on Twitter and he follows almost 21,000 people. How does he do it.
CNET News' Greg Sandoval has to sleep on cement, but a famous blogger can sidle up to the line minutes before the doors open for the iPhone 3G.
I don't read news. I read commentary. I find it more interesting. Someone has to report the news so that we have grist for the blogging mill, but without the commentary the "news" isn't worth nearly as much.
Microsoft Research has just launched WorldWide Telescope, turning your computer into a virtual telescope.
Listen to Don Reisinger on The Digital Home Episode 4 as he discusses tech topics with Robert Scoble and the mobile industry with wireless expert Joe Tassone.
Microsoft is said to have made significant strides with its desktop telescope application, allowing users to really feel as if they are cruising through the heavens. Is it really enough to produce tears?
When a popular blogger revealed that Facebook had banned his account, the Web erupted in speculative chatter. But where should they really be pointing fingers?
Blog mogul says updates are on the way tonight that will allow users to post multimedia like photos and video, thanks to added developer integration