Reader joins the ranks of Google's shuttered projects on Monday. In memory of the much loved, but little used, RSS reader, here's a look back at some Google products that have been phased out, sunsetted, and just plain shut down.
Company's experiments reach their end. Some will live on, though, supported by volunteers or just kept running without future development.
Twitter and Jaiku may not be as famous as some other companies we've covered in the past, but these two 'miniblogging' sites sure are fun! Veronica Belmont picks her favorite.
The Helsinki Institute for Information Technology finds that people tend to update their statuses with "mundane" messages. Well, on Jaiku, anyway.
RedMonk's James Governor speculates that Yahoo may want to plunge into the microblogging pool, too, especially since Google's in now.
Search giant beefs up social-networking business by purchasing mobile social-networking firm based in Helsinki, Finland.
The un-Twitter microblog service finally lets users access it via instant messenger.
Jaiku pushes out a new version of their mobile phone app.
Twitter competitor Jaiku gets easy-to-use community channels
Veronica hosts a prizefight: Twitter vs Jaiku