Solving the Insolvable Problem of Information Overload

Every now and then, a debate will pop up in the Blogosphere/Twitterverse about whether or not RSS is dead. One such debate has been raging this week, and has even got some high profile tech bloggers bickering in an embarrassingly public manner (name-calling and all).  Do you think RSS is "dead"? Tell us why or […]

This Is Google’s New Android Music App [VIDEO]

Video footage of the new version of the Google Android music app has leaked, revealing a revamped and colorful user interface. First posted on XDA Developers and spotted by Engadget, the 50 second footage provides a demonstration…

Analytic.ly Provides Real-Time and Historical Twitter Analysis

For brands, developers and curious users, PeopleBrowsr is rolling out an interesting new tool. Analytic.ly helps people and companies “visualize, study and measure” Twitter conversations happening all over the web through general and custom reports and graphs. Topics and trends are stored and indexed, so researchers (be they corporate or otherwise) can get data on […]

The New IE9: More HTML5, CSS3, and No Windows XP

Today Microsoft released the developer preview of Internet Explorer 9. It’s the first look we’ve had at Microsoft’s flagship browser since it first revealed details late last year. The preview is bare-bones: after playing around with it, I can tell you that it doesn’t have much in terms of user interface — or anything else […]

MySpace Co-Presidents Reveal Company’s Plan for the Future [INTERVIEW]

We had a chance to step into MySpace HQ for a chat with new Co-Presidents Jason Hirschhorn and Mike Jones, who preside over the News Corp.-owned social network from a shared desk in Beverly Hills. The joint office speaks to how closely Hirschhorn and Jones are working together to create a unified vision of the […]