Our response to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg being named Time's Person of the Year? Um, actually, that kind of makes sense. Also, Yahoo makes some deep cuts, but the tech community rallies with job offers and free beer. And Gawker's password mess proves once again (as if you needed any proof) that you really, really, REALLY shouldn't poke the bear. We told you so. --Molly
Poor Mark Zuckerberg has an almost-literal meltdown on-stage at All Things D and it makes us wonder: is it time for a grownup to take over there? Or just time for Zuck to throw his privacy boss under the bus? Also, HP doesn't want to make smartphones with its new WebOS toy, the Dell Streak continues to baffle, and hey! Globular rovers!
Publisher and chairman of The New York Times Company says at WebbyConnect conference that the company is willing to embrace radical change to stay afloat.
On sheer quantity Pittsburgh's Gregg Gillis outsamples them all--his track "Too Deep" culls the Beatles, the Smashing Pumpkins, and a stack of vinyl in between. Download a free MP3 of "Here's The Thing" courtesy of CNET Download Music.
After removing free, ad-supported episodes of the teen drama from its Web site to boost ratings, the network confirms that they'll be returning in time for the show's second season.
One part social network and one part pop culture discovery hub, this new site from MTV refocuses the company's wayward vision back to music.
It's just a few hours until the press events start. Right now, we reporters are just soaking up the shock factor.
Yahoo releases top ten lists for 2006