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.
Only a few devices are confirmed to be getting the new Android 4.4 operating system. Also, Panasonic pulls the plug on plasma TV and the Line app uses Hello Kitty as a weapon in the messaging wars.
Google knows more about you than ever before, and you like it that way. How did the popular yet controversial company convince you of its trustworthiness?
All morning long, Marissa Mayer has been retweeting people who say they'll switch their home page to Yahoo if she retweets them. But why?
Eric Schmidt tells Google stockholders at the company's annual stockholder meeting that the company will continue to stay out of China.
Google Now could be jazzing up your Google homepage -- like iGoogle of old -- if leaked code is any guide.
iGoogle isn't long for this world, but that doesn't mean that Google won't have a personalized home page for you.
Google rumors and leaks pick up speed as Google I/O 2013 arrives this week. Here are some of our predictions for the annual Google developers confab.
The beloved service, which has suffered increasing neglect as the popularity of RSS declined, is going away.