In DepthDigg went from hero to zero - and other big-name sites could do the same. Here's why.
Kevin Rose, the founder and former CEO of the popular online content aggregator Digg, is now a Google employee, according to reports.
Digg founder Kevin Rose has confirmed that he has stepped away from his role at the company, but will remain on the board of directors and continue to advise.
Rumours that Google is set to launch a Facebook-style social network called "google Me" have gained traction over the weekend.
Kevin Rose has replaced Jay Adelson as CEO of popular aggregator site Digg, and one of his first moves will be to kill the controversial Diggbar.
Digg's highly anticipated native iPhone application is set to hit the Apple App Store at some point later today.
Digg is to finally get its own iPhone app, after website co-founder Kevin Rose unwittingly let details slip.
Digg co-counder Kevin Rose has expressed his admiration for Twitter and the way in which it has turned celebrities into spokespeople by giving them an ego-driven platform.