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Valleywag: Steve Jobs undergoing surgery Monday

Apple's CEO has reportedly checked into Stanford Hospital, near his home in Palo Alto, Calif., for an unspecified surgical procedure.

By January 26, 2009

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Why TechCrunch lives, and Valleywag dies

Valleywag is dead, and none too soon. It's a good example of journalism gone tabloid.

By November 13, 2008

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End of a snarky era: Gawker shuts down Valleywag

The New York-based blog network will turn its Silicon Valley title into a column on Gawker.com written by current Valleywag editor Owen Thomas.

By November 12, 2008

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It's Gawker vs. Jobs in e-mail debate over porn

With a refreshing directness, Apple's CEO has apparently offered his views about the company's "freedom from porn," not to mention the future of publishing and that iPhone incident, to Ryan Tate of Gawker's Valleywag.

By May 16, 2010

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Valleywag names the "10 most terrible tyrants of tech"

Think your boss is bad? Try one of these.

By August 13, 2008

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How news gets made (Or, Dan Lyons on Valleywag on Steve Jobs)

Sometimes how the news gets made is more interesting than the news itself.

By July 25, 2008

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As New York's tech scene expands, Valleywag hires an Alleywag

The Gawker Media-owned gossip blog might be Valley-centric, but New York's tech culture is now big enough so that editor Owen Thomas has hired a Gotham correspondent.

By October 15, 2007

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Valleywag: Don't expect MySpace platform announcement

Gossip sheet counters a rumor spawned by fellow tech blog TechCrunch over a MySpace announcement at a conference next week.

By October 11, 2007

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Apple denies second round of layoff rumors

Valleywag has reported twice this week that Apple has laid off small groups of workers, but the company has now denied both reports.

By March 6, 2009

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Six Apart refutes Valleywag claims of 'disgruntled insider' antics

Blogging company's chief evangelist claims that Gawker Media-owned Valleywag had 'done a little bit of adventuring' with the details of executives' and investors' private information leaked over Usenet.

By May 8, 2007