With mere days to spare before Google Reader takes a dirt nap, the folks at Digg have started rolling out their new Reader service, complete with an iOS app that should be hitting the App Store any moment.
Apple only mentioned Apple TV in passing during the WWDC keynote last week, but that doesn't mean it's neglecting the little black box. As of today, two new important features have made their way into the beta for the diminutive media device. For one, the iTunes Radio compatibility that was announced at WWDC is now available; for another, Apple added a new Conference Room mode.
Xyla Entertainment is looking for a few more closed beta testers for the Mac version of their beat-based platformer Rush Bros, so now's a good time to rush to their homepage and sign up. It looks like you'll have a good time if you get in. Reminiscent of the Sonic franchise with its focus on speed, Rush Bros lets you use your own music to alter puzzle-packed levels that you and another player race through simultaneously.
Google may keep its products in a beta state for what feels like forever, but "infinite" cloud storage service Bitcasa has to run a close second -- until this week, when the company finally launches its product aimed at killing the hard drive.
Facebook announced its new Graph Search system on Tuesday morning, adding an entirely new way to seek out content and people on the social network. While the service is starting out as a very limited beta, Graph Search does look like an interesting, perhaps more personal alternative to Google searches.
Evernote is one of those services we've just grown accustomed to having around. The venerable organization tool is an absolute life-saver on both our Macs and iOS devices, and though many have tried, adequate alternatives are extremely rare. Thankfully, the Evernote team is not resting on its laurels, announcing big changes to both the mobile and desktop clients.
Although it never graduated from a beta release, the Spool app showed a lot of promise as a kind of Instapaper service which added the ability to DVR online video content for later viewing -- and now, it's gone, just like that.