WordPress’s Matt Mullenweg Talks About Future of Blogging in a SXSW Pedicab

Rolling through the analog streets of Austin on a digital day.

Yahoo Work-From-Home Controversy Already a Silicon Valley Billboard Meme

You don’t mess around with the pajama army.

With Low Expectations for Q3, Wall Street Hoping for New Yahoo CEO Mayer to Shine a Light at End of Tunnel

And make sure it’s not an oncoming train.

More D10 Speakers: Ellison, Meeker, Myhrvold, Along With Pixar and Visa!

Speakers? We got your D10 speakers.

On Twitter, U R So Not My Valentine

As far as Twitter memes go, this one isn’t exactly going to topple a dictatorship. But it could cause some breakups.

Non-Fairytale Ending for 2011 Movie B.O. — Time to Blame the Internet Again (Or Just Bad Movies)?

Should Hollywood blame turkeys like “New Year’s Eve,” or all those beeping, buzzing digital devices?

Yahoo Bidders Come in at $16.50 to $17.50, With Plan to Keep Jerry Yang on Board

As the Yahoo turns, the board finally gets down to brass tacks of a possible deal.

Don't Rain on Microsoft's Ad Parade (Except It's Raining in Seattle, Natch!)

BoomTown scrambled the All Things Digital jet (aka, United Airlines, Seat 7A) late last night to get up to Microsoft’s big event for its online advertising clients today. Called “Imagine 2011: Marketing Leadership Summit” and held at its Redmond, Wa. HQ, the two-day event is designed to wow peeps by trotting out a spate of strategery concepts those who buy advertising on Microsoft’s various digital offerings from its Bing search service to MSN to Xbox to Windows Phone 7.

Rackspace Is Not for Sale, but Thanks for Asking

Rackspace is one of several companies thought to be likely acquisition targets following the buyouts of Terremark and NaviSite. Ask CEO Lanham Napier about it, and he insists the company is not for sale, but he clearly enjoys being asked.

It's Business Time for Apple's iPad

Though there’s no dedicated salesforce selling it in the enterprise market, Apple’s iPad has gained significant traction there. Since its debut, more than 65 percent of the Fortune 100 have deployed or piloted the device. If Apple’s not pushing the iPad into the enterprise market, how is it getting there?

Upwardly Mobile Email Usage

Android Army Gaining Ground