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bloglines

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Bloglines adds advertising, launches new look

RSS reader start-up starts rolling out a redesign in response to member feedback, and begins incorporating ads to pull in some revenue.

By 12 August 2008

Review

Bloglines

Bloglines is a fun and free newsreader that runs inside most Web browsers and is sure to please all but the most discriminating news junkies.

12 May 2006

3.5 stars Editors' rating 12 May 2006

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Bloglines gears up to take on Google Reader

Web-based RSS reader Bloglines has just launched a new beta version of its site.

By 27 August 2007

Article

Ubuntu 9.04 as slick as Windows 7, Mac OS X

Designers of the "Jaunty Jackalope" distribution, which has formally hit the streets, have polished the hell out of its user interface since the last release in October.

By 24 April 2009

Article

How Twitter replaced my RSS reader

Twitter has officially replaced Don Reisinger's RSS reader. Find out how you can do it too.

By 3 March 2009

Article

Google maps out Chrome's RSS support

Chrome turns a blind eye to subscription offers from Web sites, but Google has revealed its plan to add the feature.

By 18 December 2008

Article

For IAC, a fresh start in a tough climate

Some have said Barry Diller's digital-media conglomerate will get a new lease on life when it spins off its non-Internet brands. Unfortunately, it still has to handle the economy.

By 19 August 2008

Article

Spreed makes reading RSS feeds faster, stressful

Take RSS feeds to the next level with Spreed, an RSS reader that forces you to read quickly.

By 1 August 2008

Video

The Queue: Zoom, zoom!

NASA plans to digitize its past, an electric motorcycle, a Quick Quiz on home photo printing, Bloglines gets refreshed and goes beta, and digital e-books that smell like the real thing.

22 May 2008

Article

Start-page smackdown: Netvibes, Pageflakes, iGoogle and Live.com

Want to create your own homepage? We put four personalised start pages through their paces and rank them according to looks, features and performance.

By 4 March 2008