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Become more organized than Ashraf with the help of this infographic. Not that it is hard to become better organized than Mr. Boss. Have you seen his room? Sheesh.Read More »
Feedly introduces Pro upgrade with ability to search, secured browsing (HTTPS), and Evernote support
Today feedly was updated to its latest version (v17) and along with it came the option to upgrade to feedly Pro. For $5 a month, Pro users will get a number of features that won’t make their way to the …Read More »
When Google announced that it would be shutting down Reader, they made sure to give its loyal fan base a reason. It wasn’t something that people agreed with, but how could you really argue with them when they play the …Read More »
As Google shift focus to Google+ where location sharing is concerned, the company has made the logical and bold choice to kill Latitude and all its properties. This includes all the badges, API, mobile apps and websites, so if you …Read More »
When Google announced that it would be shutting down Reader, most RSS-users went out and began a search for a replacement. But instead of going to the many services that sprung to the rescue, one developer decided to just create …Read More »
We’re just a few days passed the stinging loss of Google Reader, which the company shut down despite an internet-wide outcry, so what better time to look back at everything that’s gotten the axe over the years.
Larry Kim created …Read More »
If you woke up and tried heading on over to your good old Google Reader, you might have been disappointed that it’s no longer there. But that’s because it’s passed July 1st silly, and Google Reader is officially dead.
Besides …Read More »
In case you forgot, July 1 is the day Google Reader will be no more. Fortunately for Digg and users that may not have found a new home just yet, the Digg Reader has left beta after a week of …Read More »
If you were worried that Google Reader’s demise would leave you with a lack of RSS reader options, you were horribly wrong — it’s almost as if there’s a new one every week! And this week, it’s AOL’s turn. After …Read More »
Feedly isn’t wasting any time. With a couple of weeks to spare before Google shuts down its beloved Reader service, Feedly has announced that it’s in the process of finalizing the migration of its users from the Google Reader backend …Read More »
It’s been over a month since Google announced that it would be shutting down the beloved Google Reader on July 1st, and there’s a really good chance that you’ve moved on to one of the many alternatives by now. And …Read More »
Feedly, a news aggregator and RSS reader app available on Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Android, and iOS, anticipated the end of Google Reader and were ready for it. As soon as Google announced the end of Google Reader, Feedly made posts …Read More »
Sad by the demise of Google Reader? Feedly already has plans on building a Google Reader clone. If you don’t want to go with Feedly or other alternatives, you now have another option — Digg.
Digg has announced in a …Read More »
Google Reader is on its last breathe. RSS fiends need to find a substitute. I’m sure among the multiple thousands heads we have here on dotTech we can figure out viable — maybe even better — alternatives to Google Reader. …Read More »
Google has recently gone on a diet and started getting rid of products and services deemed inferior, unpopular, or a failure. The latest victim in Google’s “spring cleaning” is Google’s extremely popular RSS feed aggregation service, Google Reader. Google has …Read More »
With Google staunchly refusing to develop any apps for Windows 8, us Windows 8 users are left without much choice but to use the browser version for all of Google’s services. But Google Reader users wait no more. Nextgen Reader…Read More »
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