Social-networking site has taken cues from Entertainment Weekly and TMZ.com to create its new celebrity-focused portal.
Video indexing, analytics, and publishing company closed a $12 million Series B round of funding.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Google used special code to sidestep the privacy settings in the browser and track Web users. Google says the Journal's got it wrong.
The Microsoft co-founder appears to have gotten chummy with the Hollywood power couple, even chilling with them in the same box at the Super Bowl last weekend.
The new Internet TV player from Netgear is as compact as a deck of card.
A man is arrested in the case of voyeur videos, allegedly taken by mini cameras, of ESPN presenter Erin Andrews that caused an online storm.
Lemondrop and PopEater, two "lifestyle" blogs, have joined AOL's network of niche sites that use its Platform-A advertising technology.
Alan Citron, a former journalist who most recently headed AOL's celebrity gossip outlet, will join the pop culture-centric social site as head of "special projects."
After spotting them together in a paparazzi video, TechCrunch's Michael Arrington does some digging and hears that the two are an item.
The celebrity news powerhouse will now be brokering ads in-house instead of relying on AOL's Platform-A technology, according to PaidContent.