Posts Tagged ‘Digg’

This summer has emerged as a pivotal time for e-reading apps. Google Reader is going defunct, AOL Reader has just been rolled out as a Web service, and rumor has it that Facebook is also set to join the party with its own magazine service à la Flipboard. Today, as promised, Digg has added reader features to its iOS app, which notably, allows users to import straight from Google Reader.

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Founder of Digg, Kevin Rose, has jumped on to the rumor mill surrounding the next-generation iPad. A source close to him who has “good authority” claims that the iPad 2 will be announced in next 3 to 4 weeks, possibly on February 1st, and that it will feature higher DPI display and front/back cameras.

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Since the launch of Digg v4 earlier in August, the staff at Digg has been continuously rolling out new features to grab their lost user-base back. This has definitely given me a better user experience (in terms of features) but the social news site hasn’t been able to put together the scattered community.

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So the Digg v4 was launched yesterday. A monster full of bugs as if no testing was done before it was made available to public on a busy day at a busy hour. Bugs weren’t the only thing which made me think that way, everything about new digg seems like it was never tested.

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