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Taking a major step toward independence, Feedly's iOS app now uses Feedly's own servers instead of Google's to keep track of RSS feeds.
Developers of the service for reading RSS feeds are trying to rapidly add new features to please Google Reader refugees. Google's service shuts down July 1.
Jessica Dolcourt joins us as we dish on Google's confusing content strategy, an underground Android pin frenzy, and a few hot, though slightly creepy, apps coming out of SXSW.
If you're unhappy with the changes to Google Reader, we've highlighted some alternative feed aggregators to consider.
Bring up Google Reader in an instant, no matter what page you're on with this simple and handy Firefox extension.
Google's feed reader gets support for site favicons, which let users see a site's visual browser identity right from the publication's source list.
Google's Reader desktop widget lets users keep an eye on news feeds inside their Google Desktop sidebar.
Day two of Buzz Out Loud live from SXSW. Special guests include ZDNet's Andrew Mager, SXSW Event Director Hugh Forrest, and Blogger's Rick Klau.
Who says you can't pick your friends? Google Reader now lets you notify specific people when you flag new items.
Organize your Google Reader RSS feeds in one fell swoop with AideRSS, a tool that uses story ranking to help you weed out the good from the bad.