According to Facebook, European publication The Guardian expects to have one million installs of its Facebook application by this weekend.
AOL CEO Tim Armstrong with Arianna Huffington
ABC News will begin distributing its news content through Yahoo, it announced today.
Brian Lam, the former editor of Gizmodo who took the site from a few million pageviews a month to more than 100 million, is launching a new site.
iPad users have yet another news magazine app option with the launch of Evri’s new app on the tablet today, but Evri hopes to stand out from the pack thanks to its unique topic discovery engine.
Google News introduced a new metadata tag to help news publications highlight their original, quality content. The announcement, made today at the Online News Associate conference in Boston, is the latest attempt by Google News to help readers find relevant articles amid the din of the 24-hour online news cycle.
Facebook is focusing on integrating news discovery based on your friends’ activity in the news feed, CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced today at f8, the company’s annual developers conference.
News aggregation site Digg unveiled Newsrooms today, a new section of the site that features automatically curated news content on specific topics like technology or politics.
Street Fight, a trade publication geared toward businesses that focus on hyper-local deals, has closed an undisclosed funding round, VentureBeat has learned.
Michael Arrington, founder of technology blog TechCrunch and known for his fiery personality and zero tolerance for corporate authority, has “decided” to move on from the San Francisco-based tech news publication.
Michael Arrington, founder of technology blog TechCrunch and known for his fiery personality and zero tolerance for corporate authority, is no longer with the San Francisco-based tech news publication, according to a report by Fortune.
CNN on Tuesday announced that it has purchased Zite, a personalized magazine app for the iPad, for a reported $20 to $25 million. This confirms last week’s rumors that a deal between CNN and Zite was in the works.
This article is part of a series of posts about DEMO alumni and news of their progress. News360 launched at DEMO in Spring 2011. Check out more at DEMO.
Prepare for more news content on Facebook than ever before. Facebook is reportedly working with publishers to create “Facebook editions” of their products to deliver news to social networkers, according to a Forbes report.
It looks like Kevin Rose isn’t taking his departure from news aggregator Digg so badly.
The last five months have been very good for community news sharing site Reddit, which reported huge traffic growth on its official blog today.
Hey, you know how you don’t pay anything for checking out the news stories your friends share on Twitter? Well, the New York Times and Betaworks’ Bitly would like to change that with News.me, a social news aggregator for the iPad that went live the App Store today.
News360 is one of 53 companies chosen by VentureBeat to launch at the DEMO Spring 2011 event taking place this week in Palm Desert, Calif.. These companies do pay a fee to present, but our coverage of them remains objective.
Rupert Murdoch’s ambitious tablet newspaper The Daily may not be an iPad-only affair for too long. The paper is apparently prepping for a jump to Android tablets in the second quarter of this year, sources tell All Things Digital.
We know one thing about the new executive editor of AOL.com: he’s not afraid to prevaricate, or at least to parrot his bosses.
The New York Times is set to update its Editor’s Choice iPad app — which only offers a select amount of content — with a new version tomorrow that offers much more content from its website, media-and-technology news site PaidContent reports.
Digg, the pioneering social-news site which lets users vote on top headlines, began to lose momentum during the recession because it pulled engineers from designing new site features to work on improving revenue, founder Kevin Rose said today.
Google and the Associated Press, one of the world’s largest news publication wires, have agreed to a new contract that will allow Google to continue publishing AP content without fear of a lawsuit.
Update:Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian has replied to Huh’s offer on his blog. He says that he would be “very surprised” if Reddit were sold, but considering all of Huh’s accomplishments, they should probably chat at some point. –