Digg – Yes, That Digg – Is Building A Google Reader Replacement, Complete With API

Google Reader being shut down by its malevolent overlords leaves a gaping, Google Reader-sized hole in the market where it used to be. Many are stepping up today to announce that their products or ser

The Death Of Google Reader Sparks A Petition 30,000 Signatures Strong

Google announced yesterday that it would shut down Google Reader, Google's RSS feed reading product, on July 1. In response, an online petition was started by Daniel Lewis (<a target="_blank" href="ht

Google Reader’s Death Is Proof That RSS Always Suffered From Lack Of Consumer Appeal

The idea of RSS was one that never quite gripped with normal Internet users. Sure, for us geeks who absolutely love consuming as much information as possible, RSS is a wonderland. When Google launched

The Google Reader Shutdown Is Yet Another Nail In Feedburner’s Coffin

How long until Google shuts down Feedburner? The company just announced that it is shutting down Google Reader on July 1. That’s a sad day for all of us who still regularly use it, but its demis

Google Closes The Book On Google Reader On July 1, Seven Other Products Also Get The Chop

Google just <a target="_blank" href="">revealed</a> plans to shut down eight of its services as part of what it's calling an ongoi

The GoogleReaderpocalypse Is Upon Us – Google’s Feed Reading Service Unusable Since Sunday

<a target="_blank" href="">Google Reader</a>, the RSS feed-reading service Google has long since benignly abandoned, has gone completely mad, and Google has yet to acknowledge

And Here It Is: The New Google Reader Revealed

Today, Google is <a href="">rolling</a> out its update to Google Reader which features the <a href="

Google Says Removing 'Reader' Link In Gmail Was A Mistake, Aims To Bring It Back Today

<img src="" />Hmm ... Maybe RSS isn't dead after all? After the <a href="

Google Replaces 'Reader' Link With 'Photos' In Gmail, Users In A Tizzy

<img src="" />More proof that RSS is <a href="">on its way out</a>, and

Twitter And Facebook Really Are Killing RSS (At Least For TechCrunch Visitors)

<img class="alignright size-full wp-image-259935" title="a" src="" alt="" />Earlier today, we ran a "<a href="

2010's iPad App Of The Year, Flipboard, Solidifies Its Crown With Massive Update

<img class="alignright size-full wp-image-255055" title="fb1" src="" alt="" />Given the success Apple has seen this year with the launch of the i

Google Rolls Out Phase One Of Revamped Groups: New Gmail/Reader-Like UI

<img class="alignnone size-full wp-image-252400" title="gg" src="" alt="" />As if they weren't busy enough releasing the <a href="https://beta.te

Saying "RSS Is Dead" Is Dead, Saying "RSS Is Not Dead" Is Not — Today.

<img class="alignright size-full wp-image-218654" title="d" src="" alt="" />Of all the tech echo-chamber arguments, one of my favorites has to be

Since October 7, 2005, I've Read 219,651 Stories Via RSS. You?

<img src="" alt="" title="Screen shot 2010-08-30 at 2.01.49 PM" class="alignnone size-full wp-image-213827" />Go

Total Recall: Sentimnt lets you search and retrieve information from your social feeds

<img src="" alt="" title="Picture 192" width="201" height="67" class="shot" />I've often found myself countering the argument that the

Google Reader Latest To Kill IE6 Support; Also Axes Offline Support, But Simplifies Social

<img src="" class="shot2">Back in January, Google <a href="h

Reeder 2.0: Finally, An Awesome iPhone Feed Reader Arrives

<img class="alignright size-full wp-image-168414" title="Screen shot 2010-03-28 at 4.13.54 PM" src="" alt="" />

Google Reader Makes A More Visual Play

<img src=""> Google launched a <a href="">new service

Google News Tries Sharing With Facebook, But Where's The Buzz Button?

<img src=""> Google News is testing out a new design, as I <a href="

Google Buzz Boosts Sharing On Google Reader By 35 Percent

<img src="" alt="" /> Social sharing is becoming a big contributor to traffic for many sites. While <a href="https://beta.techcru
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