We take a look at the updated Digg app for iOS, which comes with a newly integrated RSS reader.
An extension eases use of Digg's service for reading Web site content sent over RSS feeds. Also new: an Android app that stays in sync better.
We take a look at Digg's recently released RSS-capable social news app for Android.
The software presents top stories from the Digg story-discovery service and subscription feeds on Android devices, heating up the competition in the RSS reader market.
In an attempt to protect his dog, Kevin Rose throws a raccoon from the steps of his home. Then he posts a security-camera video of the mayhem. Was Rose's poodle-defense maneuver heroic? Or should one not toss raccoons?
If you've saved your Google Reader data, you can start importing the data into alternative readers, like Digg Reader.
The web- and iOS-based service, available starting today, is designed for the "Google Reader refugee" just days before the search giant's product shuts down.
The site starts delivering its RSS reader on Web and iOS just before Google kills its service on July 1.
Digg says that Reader will not be a separate app, instead the program will be incorporated into Digg.
Digg continues to survey people on what they want in a RSS reader. So far, it looks like the service won't be social or free when it launches.