What’s an app developer to do when an excellent idea doesn’t quite fit into their existing product? Make a spinoff app!
Like the magical combination of peanut butter and chocolate, Imgur is making a very logical decision to launch its own meme generator tool today.
For an additional $5 million, the LOLcat empire can now continue its expansion onto phones, microsites, and more.
It has only been a few hours since the news was announced that Disney will buy Lucasfilm for $4 billion. Already, the Internet is blowing up with Lucas-Disney graphics and mash-ups.
Message/image board forum 4Chan has reached a record 1 billion posts.
Continuing in its effort to fill the world with laughter, 9GAG rolled out a mobile app today that makes sharing its “wildly popular irreverent and hilariously funny content” easier than ever. Now, you can spread giggles as quickly as a text message. 9GAG also received $2.8 million in seed financing. Who said venture capitalists don’t have a sense of humor? Or maybe they just like companies with massive followings.
“Error 37″ got you down, Diablo III fans? Check out some of the Internet’s more amusing memes about the game’s disastrous launch.
Internet meme Rebecca Black is back and surprisingly, her follow-up to fail sensation “Friday” is not that bad. Her new video “My Moment” launched Monday evening, and it looks and feels a bit like videos from other teen starlets like Selena Gomez.
4chan founder Christopher Poole, also known as Moot on his rogue image board, said he wants to keep his latest image board project Canv.as separate from 4chan and will not compel the users to port over. He made the comments at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference in New York today.
Christopher Poole, also known as Moot and famous as the founder of online image board 4chan, has been hard at work on another project called Canv.as. It looks like the site finally has some legs, since Business Insider managed to snoop around a bit.
Sites like I Can Has Cheezburger, Fail Blog, and The Daily What may seem frivolous (because, well, they are), but they’ve just attracted $30 million in venture funding for Cheezburger Network, the company that owns them.