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Photobucket, Scrapblog form crafty partnership

News Corp.'s photo-sharing site has signed a deal with the Florida-based start-up to make its scrapbook-creating application available within Photobucket.

By Aug. 21, 2008

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Scrapblog: Wow (with caveats)

Srapblog is a gorgeous service for creative people who want to build online scrapbooks

By Apr. 10, 2007

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Photobucket, Target sign photo-printing deal

Members of the News Corp. photo-sharing site can order prints for pickup at most Target stores. The retailer also has partnerships with Shutterfly and Kodak.

By Aug. 26, 2008

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Virtual goods funding tops $69 million in first quarter

Providers of virtual goods and transaction platform raised more than $69 million in the first quarter of 2009. Somewhere in that money there is a real business model.

By Jun. 14, 2009

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Glogster brings glitter graphic blogging to the masses

Is this the next revolution of blogging tools? Probably not, but it's pretty.

By Jan. 4, 2008

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Beware pretty Web 2.0 apps

Glide 2.0 is a gorgeous Web 2.0 suite. But the beauty doesn't go deep enough.

By Apr. 13, 2007

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Hey, Nokia: Geeky dudes don't want pink hats

The handset manufacturer throws a party in Miami, where plenty of developers are in town for the Future of Web Apps conference. But it really tanks on the swag.

By Feb. 29, 2008

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Founders Club, where the bar's in the elevator

The latest installment of the invite-only New York tech mixers brought out the local tech scene's glitterati.

By Feb. 20, 2008

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Picnik adds support for layering, mass uploading

Web-based photo-editing tool Picnik now has support for batch uploading and multiphoto editing. With minimal effort, users can add transparency, text, and myriad filter effects.

By Aug. 22, 2008

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Hands-on with SlideRocket, a PowerPoint killer in the making

Could PowerPoint be going the way of the Web? Yes, but it's not there yet. New services like SlideRocket have popped in to try to unseat the presentation king.

By Mar. 24, 2008