Netvibes is launching a service for publishers--a smart move that may give the home-page company some legs.
Webwag is another single page aggregation service. Is it worth using? Yes, but maybe not instead of some of the big guys.
We take a look at some popular single page content aggregators.
The recent demise of Streamy reinforces that there's just no more room for a start-up that wants to get all your social-networking feeds in one place. Facebook's snuffed that market out.
This free app fetches updates from Facebook, Flickr, Twitter, and other networks and lets you add updates of your own. It also offers handy tag clouds and search features.
Loud3r, a content aggregator that uses human and semantic search, officially launches 25 subject-specific sites.
Like a good assistant, TripIt takes all your travel docs and puts them in one place for you.
With a slick design and presentation, news aggregation site lets editors select and summarize the top stories of the day.
As Web 2.0 continues its path to Web dominance, we're managing more social profiles than ever before. That's why social aggregators can be such a help.