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MANILA, Philippines - Social news aggregator Digg is shifting priorities in the hope of providing RSS feed reader users a new place to call home, following the Google Reader shutdown announcement.
Digg, which is now owned by business incubator Betaworks, announced the move in a blog post. "We’ve been planning to build a reader in the second half of 2013, one that, like Digg, makes the Internet a more approachable and digestible place," says the post.
Digg will be moving the quest to build a feed reader "to the top of our priority list," hoping to "identify and rebuild the best of Google Reader’s features (including its API), but also advance them to fit the Internet of 2013."
Will Digg come out of left field to save the day for Google Reader refugees? It all depends on what they bring to the table by July. In the meantime, folks looking for updates can sign up for announcements through a new Reader page on Digg. - Rappler.com
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