Feedly Pro Will Offer Article Search, Evernote, and More--For a Price…

Maybe we should've known that the inevitable consequence of losing Google Reader would be paying for something else—Or, at least, the option of paying for something else. The day has arrived. After years of serving up its services entirely for free, Feedly will now offer a "Pro" version—including many features you've… » 8/05/13 9:17am 8/05/13 9:17am

All the Google Products That Google Itself Has Killed Dead

Google is responsible for giving birth to tools that have changed the entire world: Google search, Gmail, Android and so forth. It should be celebrated! However, Google is also responsible for the death of many of its own products as it re-focuses its priorities: Google Labs, Google Reader and many other less… » 7/03/13 11:00pm 7/03/13 11:00pm

Saying Goodbye to Google Reader, My Own Little Corner of the Internet

RSS isn't rocket science. And while Google Reader is gasping its last breaths—after this weekend, it's gone forever—there's already a veritable army of newcomers vying to replace it. There's even a good chance one of them will be better than the dead-end Google Reader ever could have been. That's great and all, but… » 7/01/13 11:04am 7/01/13 11:04am

10 Google Reader Alternatives That Will Ease Your RSS Pain

Google Reader is on its deathbed, slated to meet its end on July 1st. Its demise has been looming in the distance for a while, so this should come as no surprise. And while this is certainly a time of mourning, there's the unseemly business of finding a replacement. Here's a list of platform agnostic alternatives… » 7/01/13 9:08am 7/01/13 9:08am

Digg Reader Hands-On: Your Google Reader Life Raft Is Here

Here's the good news: Digg Reader is a real thing in the world that exists, and at the very latest, you'll have access to it by next Wednesday, June 26th. I just landed at an early invite page for the service, and with a click, imported my 500 or so feeds from Google Reader in seconds. Hey, it works. » 6/21/13 12:13pm 6/21/13 12:13pm

Turns Out Google's Reader Replacement Is Pretty Much Useless

When Google announced back in March that it would be killing off Reader on July 1st, a lot of people freaked out. At the time Google cited a decline in usage for its demise beyond a general narrowing of focus on core products. Today, though, Google has clarified to Wired why it killed Reader, and what will fill the… » 6/06/13 10:20am 6/06/13 10:20am