How a tech company that builds, buys, and invests in companies is racking up one impressive hot streak. So just how do they do it?
The folks at Digg say they've been getting an earful from Android users about the lack of a Digg app for their mobile devices, though that's all set to change now that the company has finally delivered.
Reddit no longer deserves its place as the "front page of the Internet." It is drowning beneath a tidal wave of crappy user-generated content. And Digg, on the other hand, has proven itself to be a worthy replacement.
Good news, RSS feed users: Digg Reader will be ready for migrating all your feeds by June 26, which gives you exactly five days to get used to your new home before Google Reader goes dark.
Earlier today. searching for Digg.com on Google was an exercise in futility. The issue has since been fixed and Digg reindexed, but you can't help but wonder what the culprit could have been.
Google Reader will be put to rest by July 1, but Digg plans to fill the void with a its own reader that incorporates the best features of Google Reader, with tweaks that make it better suited to the "Internet of 2013."
Digg seems to be enjoying a resurgence. After a well-received redesign last year, folks wondered if it could return to its former glory. According to the site's developers, they've doubled its users. That's definitely a start
The world's first tablet-only news source has met its demise. Luckily for the mobile news hounds of the world, there are plenty of apps that are willing to step up and deliver. We've collected some of the best apps that keep users informed.
News.me's team - which is part of Betworks - is shifting its focus to Digg now that the Twitter restrictions have forced the startup to rethink its priorities.
The new Digg is up and running, but will it be able to compete with the incredibly crowded social news market?
After self-destructing, Betaworks is picking up the pieces of Digg and relaunching the platform in a mere six weeks.
Digg has finally found a home. The social news site's remaining assets has been acquired by Betaworks for a meager $500,000, and will be folded into News.me.
Rumor has it that The Washington Post are planning on acquiring Digg, but is the publisher acquiring Digg the brand, or Digg's team?
Kevin Rose, co-founder of Milk and Digg.com, has reportedly taken a job with Google. What on Earth could that be about?