The startup's capital comes from big names like Andreessen Horowitz and Greylock, and its tech team includes a cofounder of Silicon Graphics and the man who was the chief architect for Palm's revolutionary webOS software. So what's the fuss all about?
1. AOL is expected to lay off between 400 and 500 people in the U.S. today (about 8-10% of its staff), as part of its push to make itself more profitable. The content side of AOL is likely to take the biggest hit, due to the new acquisition of Huffington Post—Jonathon Dube, VP of news is one of them.
Nikon just refreshed its D300 digital SLR camera into the D300s, with 720p video-shooting powers, a quieter shutter and in-video auto-focus. It's neat and all, but it has us wondering where else can next-gen DLSRs go?