Streamy launched in 2007 and officially closed in 2010, but the social news reader application is back in a stripped-down version — not to make its founders boatloads of money on its own, but to prove the capabilities of their new Hadoop application platform.
Facebook is reportedly working on a mobile news-reading app. Details are scant, but according to a WSJ report, the current iteration of the app has a Flipboard-like interface.
Heartbroken over the news of Google Reader’s demise? RSS isn’t the only way to keep up with the news. Here are five news reader apps for iOS that we like.
Digg has launched a new feature called Newswire that it hopes can make it a player again in the field of social news-sharing services — but after a disastrous redesign and the departure of its founder, can copycat features bring back any of Digg’s faded glory?
Although I’ve tried several feed readers, Google Reader (s goog) is the only one I’ve used for more than a year. Not everyone will agree with my choice, but its simple and straightforward interface was probably the reason why I stayed with it for this long. But, despite its simplicity, there are many ways for the average reader to customize their Google Reader experience. Here are some examples: Read More about Tips and Tricks: Making the Most of Google Reader