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Google Reader, the RSS feed service that was introduced in 2005 has been officially shut down by Google.
In a new blog post, strategic marketing innovation consultant Barbara Ling discusses the paid traffic impact regarding Google Reader's demise. Holmdel, NJ
The Wall Street Journal wrote this weekend that Facebook is planning to release a mobile news reader in the vein of Flipboard or Zite.
AOL announced a beta-version of an app that is being touted as the next Google Reader, as the latter has said it will shut down its RSS aggregator this week.
According to several rumors, Facebook could be announcing a new RSS reader during a press event on Thursday.
Devin Dixon at Unbiasly.com discusses how the loss of Google Reader has lead to exciting innovations such as Ping Me to be created that offers new ways of consuming the news.
Kaeria EURL has just released Erudito, an RSS news reader iPad App developed specifically for the consumer of massive amounts of news.
Last night Google quietly announced that they would be “sunsetting” one of their more popular free services. “Sunsetting,” of course, is corporate-speak for kill, and on July 1, 2013 Mountain View multinational will mercilessly kill its Google Reader.