Feedly Updates its Service to Function Like Google Reader

By Jeremy Hill
April 2, 2013 // 0 Comments

One of my chief complaints about Feedly has been alleviated in the service’s latest update. The Feedly app has a new vertically-focused layout that is more in line with what Google Reader users are used to. You can now view headlines and a few lines of text without getting distracted by a [...]

Digg Readying a Google Reader Replacement

By Juli Monroe, TeleRead
March 15, 2013 // 2 Comments

Well, that was fast. Digg announced yesterday that they are building a Reader replacement. Apparently they’ve been planning it for a while—they’re just moving it up the priority list. Good for them! I’m liking this part of the announcement: We hope to identify and rebuild the best of [...]

Amazon revokes API access for Kindle e-book lending service Lendle

By Chris Meadows
March 22, 2011 // 4 Comments

A number of sources, including CNET, report that Amazon has revoked API access for Kindle e-book lending service Lendle (whom we mentioned here and here). According to Lendle, Amazon said that Lendle does not “serve the principal purpose of driving sales of products and services on the Amazon [...]

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