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Google Reader fallout: Digg Reader, Aol Reader go live – what are you using?

Google Reader shuts down on Monday, July 1st. For years Google’s online RSS reader has been the most popular tool for folks looking for a web-based feed reader that could synchronize their read, unread, and saved items across multiple devices. Since Google announced plans to end the service, a number of folks have been making […]

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What would you like to see more of on Liliputing?

Earlier this year Liliputing quietly celebrated its third birthday. Mobile technology has changed a lot since we started writing about affordable portable computers in 2008. The cost of personal computing devices has come down, netbooks have started to share the spotlight with tablets (to put it kindly), and the line between smartphones, tablets and laptop […]

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Motorola has shipped a quarter million XOOM tablets: Success or failure?

Analysts have been offering their best guesses for Motorola XOOM sales for weeks. But now Motorola has finally released a hard number. The company shipped about 250,000 XOOM tablets in the first quarter of 2011. The Motorola XOOM is the first tablet to run Google Android 3.0 Honeycomb, and while it’s hardly unique a few […]