Holy talent, Batman.
Educators around the world are now using Minecraft to teach children subjects like environmental issues, math, city planning and new languages.
If you didn't have a spare six hours to watch last night's Oscar ceremony, here's everything you missed in under two minutes
Most people don't think they will ever need to throw a raccoon down a set of stairs -- including Kevin Rose. But the founder
Despite a loyal following, late Wednesday night Google tried to put down Google Reader, its longtime RSS reader, quietly
Plenty of 19-year-olds have gotten canned from their posts as fry chef or bus boy. Few at that age lose their full-time jobs at an Internet star and parlay it into launching their own company. Meet the rare exception: Brian Wong, co-founder and CEO of Kiip.
(Reporting By Gerry Shih; Editing by Tim Dobbyn) SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - New York tech incubator Betaworks acquired the
Digg isn't done. Yet. But it's looking pretty close. The Washington Post is in the process of buying/hiring the news aggregators
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Wow, when I wrote last night that Kevin Rose doesn't really use Digg anymore, I had no idea how perfect the timing was. It
It was just a few months ago that Digg dropped 10% of its staff. Now the company is making much deeper cuts -- 25 employees