I might as well start with In-Game, msnbc.com's video gaming blog. One of its main features are short videos, each reviewing a single game or covering a specific story. There are also plenty of written posts which focus less on reviews and more on news.
New hardware devices — like smartphones, ereaders, tablet computers — release so frequently that one could write about it daily. And that's exactly what msnbc.com has done with Gadgetbox. Interestingly, Gadgetbox also has a
Despite its name, Cosmic Log is not just about astronomy — although it certainly covers that. Much like Body Odd, it's a what's new and interesting in science kind of blog. Articles spread the gamut from serious — like one on genetically engineered bees — to lighthearted — see their roundup of science-themed gifts.
One thing that interests me is how these stack up against stand-alone blogs. I haven't made a detailed comparison, but what I can tell, that difference is probably depth and, to a lesser extent, credibility. For instance, the blogs of Discover Magazine are mostly maintained by people with science degrees, a qualification the writers of Cosmic Log seem to lack. But since msnbc.com's blogs are intended for a wide audience, despite their niche topics, that's okay.