Digg Reader launched in beta

On June 29, 2013, in Applications, Softwares and Tools, by Mike Jefferson

Google Reader will be shutting down soon, and we already got AOL Reader as an alternative, but it seems that there is another RSS reader on the market.


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To be launched later this week, we weren’t sent a YouTube demo clip of The Daily Digg. If you’re a fan of Digg, you might have heard of The Daily Scoop which is very similar in some sense in that it also displays top Digg stories like you would see in a real life newspaper, however, The Daily Digg looks alot more paper-like and it will be free to download. Check it out in the video below…

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Not only has the Digg co-founder Kevin Rose predicted that copy and paste will be coming to the iPhone on the next iPhone OS update version 3.0, he has also said that the iPhone will be doing everything the Pre will be able to do (sounds like a fight coming on!). However, no background running app action or video recording. But like Alex said, at least it has “something I wanted seven f*cking years ago”. What do you guys think?

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This new iPhone design concept called the iPhone 4G definitely has the wow factor. I like the way the designer Jim Young has widened the screen of this iPhone towards nearly the very edge making the most out of that OLED screen. It’s also thin, just 9mm, thinner than the new Toshiba TG01 🙂 Nice slick corners all round and speakers at the bottom. Apple should be highly capable to making something like this, because this literally is a MacBook crammed into an iPhone if you get what I mean.

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Was this photoshopped – doubt it, at least most believe that Microsoft love doing this so it is very likely to be real. The myth at the moment is that this screenshot has come from a new build of the Windows 7 beta, 7025.

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