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The search giant’s RSS Subscription Extension has reappeared on the Chrome Web Store after it disappeared a few days after the Google Reader shutdown announcement.
With Google Reader closing in the coming months, taking your RSS feeds with you to a new service doesn't need to be a painstaking process. In this IDG News Tech Tips video, we'll show you how it's done.
Google Maps on Monday released images from four expeditions taken to some of the world’s tallest mountains, including Mount Everest and Kilimanjaro.
Pinterest makes exploration easier with bigger images as well as new tools that let users find relevant content.
The party will soon be over for anyone enjoying the free Office 365/Office 2013 Preview, and Microsoft is getting serious about convincing people to buy or subscribe.
Google confirmed its Drive service has been down for several hours for a "significant subset of users" who are fretting that they can't get access to their work.
Teasers have surfaced about a possible new Google service called Keep, which appears to incorporate web data-saving services and some features from the late Google Notebook.
Feedly has made it simple for Google users to switch and retain all their Reader feeds and categories.
Even if you won't miss Google Reader, its untimely demise should leave you worried about the future of other Google products.
Google has enhanced its Google Translate tool with a Phrasebook that can store common inquiries and words in several languages for easy reference.
Facebook has recently unveiled Graph Search, a new News Feed, and now a redesign of Timeline. The good news is that the changes are likely to improve the social network. Here's a look at the best features of Facebook's recent updates.
Evernote wants its app to be your 'second brain.' Follow these steps to help your company harness Evernote's unique intelligence.
Microsoft says an outage that left Outlook.com and Hotmail users without access to emails for almost 16 hours this week was due to overheating servers in the data center.
Microsoft will release security updates for applications in its Windows Store as those patches are available in order to speed up the updating process.