Google Glass may be in its early days, but personal newsreader Zite is already trying to figure out how to take advantage of it.
Zite was one of the first companies to answer cries from loyal Google Reader users when the service was shuttered back in March, building a “replacement” in about six hours. Yet in the news reader’s latest iOS app update, Zite’s management team makes one thing very clear: it’s time to let Google Reader die.
For the first time, Tumblr’s CEO chats about the company’s failed journalistic foray.
Google Reader is dead, but custom news magazine Zite hopes to help fill its place.
CNN’s $20 million acquisition of Zite bore its first fruit today with the launch of new news curation feature CNN Trends.
Offlane, a newsstand app for the iPad in private beta, syncs online news content to your mobile device so it can be read offline. The company took the stage Thursday at the Launch Conference to present its new product.
Building on the success of its iPad app, Zite is rolling out a new iPhone-optimized version of its personalized news app today.
CNN on Tuesday announced that it has purchased Zite, a personalized magazine app for the iPad, for a reported $20 to $25 million. This confirms last week’s rumors that a deal between CNN and Zite was in the works.
Zite, a personalized magazine app for the iPad, is said to be talking to CNN about an acquisition. According to at least one report, the news network is offering between $20 million ad $25 million for the tablet app startup.