What happens when you take folks raised on the NES and turn them into Google Reader developers? Today's Tekzilla Daily Tip, of course!
Within a few hours of the announcement of the RSS reader's retirement, thousands sign petitions asking that the Web giant save the service.
Google has updated its reader product for iPhone users.
Google Reader's got a brand new look, and extra functionality to boot. The blues are out, and in is a new look and new ways to get at your news.
"iPhonifying" Web pages
Wondering about the feeds you're reading based on when and how often they're being updated? Google Reader comes to the rescue with red and blue charts.
Company's RSS Reader product has some new tricks that may not wow at first, but to the seasoned user they're welcome additions.
Google Reader now lets users comment on items with their friends, turning it into a forum of its own. The feature is very minor right now, but has big potential to shake things up.
Google's new "Power Readers in Politics" shares lists and articles followed by the presidential campaigns and political journalists.
Newbies looking to learn how to use the Web based RSS reader can now just sit back and watch instead of reading large, text-heavy help pages.