Search engine giant Google is reportedly going to shut down service of its location mobile app, Latitude, by 9 August.
Launched in 2005, Google Reader made it easy for people including this writer to aggregate and organise RSS feeds on their favourite websites without having to visit each and every one.
Social news website Digg is set to launch its product, an alternative to Google Reader on June 26, less than a week before Google shuts down its reader service.
Internet search giant Google could be shutting down its RSS app Google Reader in a bid to avoid problematic compliance issues related to privacy, it has been claimed.
The campaign to save Google Reader is gaining momentum, with 100,000 people signing the online petition in a bid to stop Google withdrawing the service.
Internet giant Google announced on Wednesday that it will officially shut down its popular RSS service, Google Reader, on July 1st, 2013 under a house cleaning campaign.
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