Just Ahead Of Google Reader’s Exit, Digg Reader Goes Live

Just Ahead Of Google Reader’s Exit, Digg Reader Goes Live

The Digg team has been hard at work in trying to create a viable RSS aggregation alternative to the outgoing Google Reader. Now, just one week before Google Reader is scheduled to be shelved, Digg has started offering the Digg Reader beta to a limited number of users.

By On June 26, 2013 Respond
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Get Ready For The Digg Reader Launching Next Week

Get Ready For The Digg Reader Launching Next Week

Ever since Google decided to shutter its RSS aggregation tool, Google Reader, users have been pining for a viable alternative. The Digg team had been preparing an RSS tool of its own and has now announced that it is on the verge of launching the Digg Reader.

By On June 18, 2013 Respond
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Within Two Days, Half A Million Google Readers Switch To Feedly

Within Two Days, Half A Million Google Readers Switch To Feedly

Google recently announced that it will soon abandon its RSS aggregation tool, Google Reader. The announcement aroused a debate on the social media, with journalists, reporters and other RSS users seeking out a viable alternative. Apparently, they found it in Feedly and within two days, more than 500,000 news users have signed up for the tool.

By On March 18, 2013 Respond
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RIP Google Reader, Time For Some Good Alternatives

RIP Google Reader, Time For Some Good Alternatives

For long, Google has cited that its RSS aggregation tool, Google Reader, has lost many users and is no longer popular. And now, the search giant is tanking the service altogether for similar reasons. So it’s finally time to explore some viable alternatives for the avid users of RSS.

By On March 16, 2013 Respond
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Google Shutting Down 8 Services Including Google Reader As Of Its ‘Spring Cleaning’

Google Shutting Down 8 Services Including Google Reader As Of Its ‘Spring Cleaning’

Last year, we have seen Google shutting down five redundant services as a part of its ‘Spring Cleaning’ ritual. This year is no different. Yesterday on March 13, Google announced that it is going to shut down its popular RSS readers, Google Reader and seven other services as a part of ‘Spring Cleaning’ ritual.

By On March 15, 2013 Respond
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[Tutorial] How To Import Google Reader Subscriptions In Outlook 2007

[Tutorial] How To Import Google Reader Subscriptions In Outlook 2007

After you have learned how to import your Gmail contacts in Outlook, why not do the same with your RSS feed subscriptions from Google Reader? This tutorial will teach you how in few easy steps you can have all your Google Reader subscriptions accessible from your Outlook 2007 email client. In this way, you will have a single application that centralizes all your data (Email Contacts and RSS Subscriptions) which is also functional offline.

By On March 2, 2012 Respond
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Flipboard 1.2 Has Released With Instagram Integration, Faster Search

Flipboard 1.2 Has Released With Instagram Integration, Faster Search

The social iPad magazine Flipboard has released. It comes with a big update since the “iPad app of the year” was first released last summer. Flipboard 1.2, now available in the App Store. Flipboard gets full Instagram integration with photos presented just like your Facebook, Twitter, and RSS content. It will incredibly boost the Flipboard performance, twice as fast.

By On March 11, 2011 Respond
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Zite iPad Magazine Application

Zite iPad Magazine Application

A new alternative for your digital magazine needs has just been launched for the Apple iPad tablet and this new magazine application joins the long list of already available magazine applications in the App store……

By On March 10, 2011 1 Response
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Skyfire for iPad Coming This Christmas As a Gift

Skyfire for iPad Coming This Christmas As a Gift

Skyfire, which offers an app that brings Flash to the iPhone,is coming this Christmas for iPad as a gift.Skyfire for iPhone and iPod Touch let us Play Flash Videos, and this is one of the Popular Web Browser. iPhone version was released back in November, and was not well optimized for iPad, and sold hitting 300,00 Downloads in a couple od days.You can get SkyFire for iPad and expected to hit the App Store by Christmas and it may cost $5 USD.

By On December 19, 2010 Respond
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Google Launched Google eBooks

Google Launched Google eBooks

Google has launched its e-book store, Google eBooks, with more than 3 million books.Unlike competing services like the Amazon Kindle and Barnes & Noble Nook, Google eBooks is cloud-based, meaning you don’t need a dedicated device to read books — virtually any browser will do.

By On December 7, 2010 Respond
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Download Android Google Reader App Right Now

Download Android Google Reader App Right Now

Google has announced that it’s releasing an official Google Reader app for Android.The new Android app supports multiple accounts, friends, unread counts, synced preferences,search, linking and sharing, and pretty much anything else you’d need.Google Reader is a free download for Android phones. It’s available in the Android Market.

By On December 2, 2010 Respond
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Mozila Is Ready With Fennec 2 Alpha for MeeGo and Android

Mozila Is Ready With Fennec 2 Alpha for MeeGo and Android

Mozilla is currently readying an Alpha version of Fennec 2 for both Android and MeeGo.The latest iteration of the Firefox mobile browser is expected to include a number of new features and back-end changes, including the introduction of Electrolysis (a.k.a “e10s”) and an updated Layers platform……

By On August 22, 2010 Respond
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Make A Desktop App For The Google Buzz

Make A Desktop App For The Google Buzz

You already know about the Google Buzz. I think everyone is talking too much about Buzz. While there are so many complains, there are also so many users for the Buzz. Google already said that they would reform Buzz according to the user feedback. You can be connected to Buzz using your PC or your […]

By On February 14, 2010 2 Responses
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Buzz Tutorial: Facebook, Twitter And Buzz Integration Into Gmail

Buzz Tutorial: Facebook, Twitter And Buzz Integration Into Gmail

Buzz is now a over hyped phenomenon. Though there are many complains, people are using it. A stat shows that 9 million users posted and commented using Buzz in Gmail. If Google fix the privacy flaw, I think it will buzz the whole world. Many of you may know how to use it. Here are […]

By On February 13, 2010 3 Responses
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STATS: Twitter Evaluation On Google Buzz

STATS: Twitter Evaluation On Google Buzz

Since the release of Google Buzz, the online users are expressing their feelings on Google Buzz. Some of them think that it will buzz the overall social networking medias, some are really concerned about the privacy of it. Overall, the reactions of the users are mixed. Mashable.com just reported an evaluation of Buzz. They pinged […]

By On February 13, 2010 Respond
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