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Google Reader Closes: Save Your Data by July 15 Or Lose it Forever

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Google Reader is no more. Google officially closed the doors on its popular RSS news reader yesterday. Today, it has posted a thank you message to its fans, and points users to alternatives like Feedly. Digg and AOL have also launched RSS readers. Google Reader is no more. Google officially closed the doors on its popular RSS news reader yesterday. Today, it has posted a thank you message to its fans, and points users to alternatives like Feedly. Digg and AOL have also launched RSS readers. 0 Comments

Google Reader Going Away July 1

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Citing declining usage and a focus on fewer products, Google today gave notice to its loyal (but apparently too few in number) users that its RSS platform is going away permanently via a message in Google Reader and a couple of blog posts. Citing declining usage and a focus on fewer products, Google today gave notice to its loyal (but apparently too few in number) users that its RSS platform is going away permanently via a message in Google Reader and a couple of blog posts. 0 Comments

Make Room For Teoma

After the loss of Go earlier this year and the expected departure of NBCi, you might have thought it was all over in the search engine game. However, just as consolidation seemed inevitable, new player Teoma has stepped up with an impressive debut of its new search service. After the loss of Go earlier this year and the expected departure of NBCi, you might have thought it was all over in the search engine game. However, just as consolidation seemed inevitable, new player Teoma has stepped up with an impressive debut of its new search service. 0 Comments

Make Room For Teoma

After the loss of Go earlier this year and the expected departure of NBCi, you might have thought it was all over in the search engine game. However, just as consolidation seemed inevitable, new player Teoma has stepped up with an impressive debut of its new search service. After the loss of Go earlier this year and the expected departure of NBCi, you might have thought it was all over in the search engine game. However, just as consolidation seemed inevitable, new player Teoma has stepped up with an impressive debut of its new search service. 0 Comments