Tweet Your dashboard may include a wide range of feeds: General news from the New York Times, tech news from TechCrunch and The Next Web, sport news from ESPN, your best friend’s personal blog, your mom’s cooking blog, etc. What if you wanted to create an RSS feed that would gather all the articles about […]
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[Updated] All-New Netvibes Reader Empowers People to Read the Web More Thoughtfully (and Beautifully)
Tweet Edit 01/23: We’ve been carefully reviewing your feedback and decided to make some adjustments to our New Reader. Web Site View will now be persistent for each feed IE8 / Safari 5 improved support (for users of older iOS/OS X versions) New Pinch-to-Zoom Coming soon: Compact Mode (reduced line spacing) and Adaptive Width (to […]
Tweet Back in June, we launched a special migration site to help Google Reader and iGoogle users move their feeds to Netvibes. And according to our stats, a lot of you have happily made the transition, especially during those last days. On November 1st, it will be time for iGoogle to close its doors for […]
Tweet Lots of you are using Netvibes with the existing widgets you can find in the gallery but do you know you can also use some of our tools to integrate services which don’t have widgets yet? Here, I’m covering 3 free services which will allow you to turn your Netvibes into a powerful dashboard […]
Last week at the Techcrunch Real Time Stream CrunchUp we presented an promising new real-time feed architecture we’ve been working on. It’s fascinating how rapidly the world is embracing Twitter feeds and other real-time syndication technologies. However, traditional media content—in particular blog posts, news sites and RSS feeds—are lagging far behind. Literally.