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Feedly Pro is Now Available for $5 per Month or $99 for Lifetime Membership

Feedly Pro is Now Available for $5 per Month or $99 for Lifetime Membership The substitute for Google Reader, Feedly Pro is available today for $5 per month. It features interesting article search, a one-click save to Evernote option, premium support, enhanced security and browsing capacity. Lifetime Pro membership is also available for just $99 but only for first 5000 users.

Aug 5 2013, 7:04am CDT

Google Reader Closes Down Today

Google Reader Closes Down Today Google Reader RSS feed service is being closed today morning. There is no such service available as Google Reader replacement. But many alternatives of Google Reader are available like Feedly, Google Takeout and Digg Reader.

Jul 1 2013, 1:32pm CDT

Digg Reader Web and iOS App Goes Public with Android Coming Next

Digg Reader Web and iOS App Goes Public with Android Coming Next Digg Reader is officially opened for public access on web. Digg Reader iOS app is also available to download. But the Android app is still pending.

Jun 29 2013, 3:56am CDT

Digg Reader iOS App is Available Now

Digg Reader iOS App is Available Now After the demise of the Google Reader, Digg has filled in the void. It has brought its Reader RSS Service. Dig Reader is now available on web and Digg's iOS app.

Jun 27 2013, 7:20am CDT

AOL Reader is Launching on Monday

AOL Reader is Launching on Monday as Google Reader Replacement AOL will debut its online reader starting from Monday in private beta. AOL reader is a replacement of Google reader. But it launching a week ahead of its shut down.

Jun 22 2013, 8:20am CDT

Digg RSS Reader in Beta Coming Next Week

Digg RSS Reader in Beta Coming Next Week Digg has built its own RSS Reader as a replacement for the Google Reader which is launching next week. The service will begin on July 26th and it is hoped that it will be just fabulous.

Jun 18 2013, 3:18am CDT

Facebook to Reveal Instagram Video Service On June 20

Facebook to Reveal Instagram Video Service On June 20 Several rumors regarding Facebook were in the air when the real news hit the airwaves. Instagram will start its video service from the 20th of June which is good news indeed for photo-sharing freaks everywhere.

Jun 17 2013, 9:59am CDT

Firefox 3 Beta Review, Verdict: A Disappointment OSWeekly tested the latest Firefox 3 beta and is not impressed. Firefox 3 is now in beta 5 and available for download at the Mozilla site. Quote from the review: "I’ve been testing the latest release of Firefox since...

Apr 18 2008, 1:40am CDT

CES 2015 News
gOS 2.0 Rocket debuts at CES 2008

gOS 2.0 Rocket debuts at CES 2008 Good OS, the open source startup that introduced gOS, a Linux operating system with Google and web applications, on a $199 Wal-Mart PC last November, today announced that gOS Rocket will debut at CES 2008. gOS 2.0...

Jan 4 2008, 1:05am CST

Google Profiles the Key to Spam Free Email?

Google Profiles the Key to Spam Free Email? Google introduces yet another services building block - Google Profiles. A Google Profile lets you have a coherent identity and a simple way to manage your contacts across all services. The new Google Profiles are...

Dec 16 2007, 2:29am CST

Google Reader for Nintendo Wii Released

Google Reader for Nintendo Wii Released The Google reader development team enhanced the Google Feed Reader to work nicely on the Wii console. The Google Reader supports now the Wiimote. You can use up/down to scroll up/down, right/left to select next/...

May 9 2007, 1:30am CDT