If you want to fill a personal home page with dozens of individualized newsfeeds and tools, Netvibes does a cleaner job than rival services from bigger brand names.
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The beloved service, which has suffered increasing neglect as the popularity of RSS declined, is going away.
Since Google's announcement yesterday that it will be shutting down iGoogle, users have come out in force to protest.
If you're unhappy with the changes to Google Reader, we've highlighted some alternative feed aggregators to consider.
In a mysterious turn of events, everyone's least favorite talking paper clip cum animated software assistant appears to be the star of a new Microsoft initiative--despite the fact that he's supposedly dead.
Netvibes gets its own experimental labs section that doubles as a place for users to give the service feedback on widgets they want.
Jolicloud will reportedly be released next year as a Linux-based operating system for Netbooks.
In today's round-up, Netvibes adds new features to improve the design of its service, and the NYTimes.com hires celebrities to help turn things around.
Netvibes gets new widget layouts and support for OpenSocial and Facebook Connect, giving users an easy way to customize and share content.