Guest Post Many fear that, given Google Alerts’ recent issues, it will soon join Reader in the graveyard. Here are seven apps to fill the void -- and better than Google did it.
This is a guest post by Eric Schwartzman, a social media training expert.
In just a few weeks, Google Reader goes down for the count.
Before you migrate your feeds, let’s look at how Feedly and Netvibes — my favorite …
Guest Post The name RSS has been dead for a while, but newsreaders are still thriving.
For Feedly, Google Reader's impending demise has been nothing but good news.
Web users are really hankering for a replacement to Google Reader -- but Digg wants to give them so much more.
Google has taught us all a valuable lesson: Don't trust in web services too much. Everything changes, and what you're relying on today could be gone tomorrow.
RSS application Feedly has added more than 500,000 new users in a matter of days following Google’s decision to kill Google Reader.
Google Reader is dead, but custom news magazine Zite hopes to help fill its place.
Editor's Pick Google Reader is dead, and that's fine by me.
Google’s decision yesterday to kill off its Google Reader product has created a lot of unhappy customers.
The great thing about geeks is that they are smart, fast, and have the power to create stuff instantly.
So Google is shutting down Google Reader and the Twitterati are up in arms. What's a old-fashioned RSS-loving web geek to do? Find an alternative, of course.
Google is shutting down Google Reader on July 1. Are you as sad as we are?
Newsblur, a social newsreader that helps you find relevant news and features in the mass of digital content, has released its iPad app.
Today, Google is bringing Google+ social features into Google Reader.
The move gives us a glimpse into what the company has planned for its Plus-themed products and, in fact, the future of all Google web tools.
During a long visit …
Despite continued questions over its legality, the hot iPad social magazine Flipboard shows no signs of slowing down. The company announced the latest update to its app last night, bringing with it support for Google Reader, Flickr, live previews and …
When Google was fresh off its $27 billion initial public offering almost six years ago, Facebook was but a college social network fueled by hormones and the occasional lascivious profile photo. It had just around 200,000 members and $500,000 in …