How Bloomberg’s Top Digital Editor Adds Personality to His Workspace

DJ Joshua Ryan moonlights as a serious business and tech journalist. Or maybe it's the other way around. Either way, he's successful at both and has a Wikipedia page to […]

AOL Unveils Self-Serve Native Mobile Ads

AOL is rolling out a mobile native ad product today across its sites, including AOL.com, TechCrunch, Huffington Post, DailyFinance, Engadget and Autoblog.

Thrillist Is Launching a Tech Publication

At a time when men define themselves by their phones as much as they do their cars, Thrillist Media Group sees an opening for a new Web publication to help young guys shop for tech. Launching on Oct. 23, Supercompressor will take a broader lifestyle approach; it’s not for guys looking to tear apart their motherboards.

Livefyre Looks to Turn Social Media Into Custom Native Ads

The Web publishing services firm Livefyre has started turning social media content into native advertising for a handful of publishers.

Engadget Alumni Launch The Verge

Former Engadget editor Josh Topolsky has unveiled The Verge, a new site dedicated to tech. The site launched early on Nov. 1.

Is the Engadget Meltdown a Preview of AOL’s Future?

Could Michael Arrington or, even worse, Arianna Huffington, pull a Josh Topolsky? And if they did, what exactly did Tim Armstrong spend upwards of $365 million to put together? And just how lame is the AOL content management system?

Staff of AOL’s Engadget Leaving en Masse

A large group of Engadget’s prominent editorial and technology staff members—led by the site’s former editor Joshua Topolsky—are leaving AOL to start a new gadget Web venue with sports site conglomerate SB Nation, according to The New York Times.