It's now less than a month before iGoogle goes the way of the dodo. Here are a few alternatives to fill that personal-front-page-shaped hole in your heart.
Since Google's announcement yesterday that it will be shutting down iGoogle, users have come out in force to protest.
Google's personalized home page service now offers gadgets that allow users to share photos and videos as well as play games with friends using the Open Social API.
If you're looking to get more out of iGoogle, there are some neat finance gadgets that will help you do just that.
iGoogle returns to the iPhone, and now the Android too. It lets you get at your iGoogle widgets on your handset in a more orderly fashion than before.
Webware 100 winner: iGoogle
The iGoogle start pages get officially sanctioned gaming themes and possibly a more social way to play games with friends.
In San Francisco, Google throws a party to announce partnerships that let you skin iGoogle with popular video game characters.
We've received further word from Google on the demise of iGoogle, a version of the Google home page that was optimized specifically for the iPhone. The iPhone-formatted version of iGoogle now redirects users to the generic Google Web site formatted for mo
Google quietly removes the iGoogle Web site formatted for the iPhone. It now redirects to the generic Google Web site formatted for mobile devices.