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September 06, 2006

Rojo Sold, Google Gets Into News, Sprint Launches Movies

posted by MR WAVETHEORY at 9/06/2006 05:24:00 PM
SixApart acquires Rojo. Rojo was funded by BV Capital. Rojo looks like a mashup of Digg and an RSS reader. It looks like a sympathy acquisition since SixApart won't be using Rojo's technology.

Google Archives allows users to search deep web.

Sprint Offers Pay Per View Movies on Your Phone. Now you can watch "National Treasure," "Spider-Man 2" and "Scarface" on your phone. The service is operated by MSpot, funded by Trinity Ventures.

Tom Perkins Resigns from HP Board, because of corporate cloak and dagger.

Updated: Herb Greenberg Tells His Story of Getting His Phone Records Stolen.

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