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Intel working on ARM-to-x86 tool to bring iOS apps to Atom-powered MeeGo phones

In an interview with the news service IDG, Intel's vice president of Software and Services says that the company is developing a tool to port iPhone applications to Intel's Atom-powered MeeGo smartphones. Without getting into too much detail, the processors used by Apple's devices (and almost every phone on the market) are not compatible with Intel's Atom processor. This tool would, in theory,...

Atom support back in Mac OS X, Hackintosh netbooks not dead after all

We recently reported some bad news for Hackintosh enthusiasts: Apple's upcoming OS update, OS X 10.6.2, had removed support for Intel Atom processors. None of Apple's hardware uses Atom, but some of the most popular netbooks do, so that news affected a big chunk of the unauthorized OS X installs out there. With the latest developer build of 10.6.2, though, Apple seems to have flip-flopped and...

Scott's GMail Alert is a kick-ass GMail, Google Calendar, and RSS notifier

Plenty of apps will give you a simple tap on the shoulder when new mail arrives arrives in your GMail inbox. There's GMail Assistant, GMail Notifier, GMail Notifier Plus, and of course Google offers their own app. Today's entrant into the battle for GMail notification supremacy -- Scott's Gmail Alert -- has a lot going for it. Way more than just the fact that it doesn't use the word notifier in...

Combine multiple feeds into one with FeedMingle

I normally use Yahoo! Pipes to combine multiple feeds into one, but that's like swatting a fly with a sledgehammer compared to FeedMingle. It's a single-use site that does nothing but combine feeds and spit out the results in RSS, Atom, JSON or HTML widget flavors. FeedMingle will autodetect feeds if you're lazy like me and just feel like putting in the main URL of a site. It doesn't matter...

You too can be a nosy neighbor with iStalkr

Who's up for a little stalking? Its ok, no Britney Spears stalking, just some RSS and ATOM feed stalking. iStalkr is out of beta and ready for users to create a world of spying and nosiness. iStalkr is a web application that creates a "lifestream" that will track RSS and ATOM feeds from a variety of services that you might use throughout the day including Digg, Del.icio.us, Flickr, Google Reader...

Google Reader offers Trends analysis page

If you've made the switch to Google Reader, you might be interested to learn that Google has released a page in your account called Trends that will give you some interesting statistics about the pages you read, including the total number of feeds you are currently subscribed to, the number of posts you've read in the past 30 days, the number of posts you've starred or shared, the time of day and...

Feed Crier: IM Notifications for feed updates

Feed Crier is a new service from Adam Kalsey that will send you an IM notification whenever RSS or Atom feeds you're subscribed to are updated. This sort of thing has been done before, of course, but Feed Crier has some features and a little polish that we haven't seen before. It only works with AIM (only temporarily, Kalsey assures us), but signing up is fast and easy. There's no form to fill...

Feed2JS: Embed any feed in your web site

Feed2JS is a handy service that will let you embed any RSS or Atom feed in your web site or blog. All you have to do is paste in the URL of a feed and Feed2JS will give you a snippet of JavaScript that will display the feed on your page. Feed2JS is pretty configurable, letting you choose how many items to display, whether it will show full items or just headlines, whether or not to strip HTML from...

Viewing Google Reader feeds in 3 ways

The Official Google Reader Blog has a quick how-to for setting up three different ways to view your Google Reader feeds. Granted, this is rather simplistic for anyone who uses the specific tools they mention- those tools being OS X's feeds screensaver, Firefox's Live Bookmarks, and grabbing podcasts in iTunes. Still, most of the world has yet to truly understand the whole "feed reading" thing, so...

FeedRinse: Filter the cruft out of your RSS feeds

Like Download Squad but sick of hearing about Vista? Or maybe those Time Wasters are really wasting too much of your time? Try Feed Rinse. It's a service that looks at your RSS feeds (OPML import included) and filters out posts based on keywords, author, tags, URLs, or even profanity. Feed Rinse scrubs the feeds and then republishes them so you can still read them in your feed reader of choice....

Sharing feed items with Google Reader

Development on the somewhat unpopular Google Reader doesn't seem to go at a furious pace, but every couple months they drop a new feature into it and usually it's at least marginally cool. Yesterday was such an event, and the feature they've added lets you share selected items from the feeds you read with your friends. Now each label in Google Reader has a "make public" option, and when...

Google Reader gets an update

Just when I was beginning to think of Google Reader as cobweb-ware, the Reader team has announced a nice update to the web-based newsreader. It's nothing earth-shattering, but they have made labels much easier to use with a new drop-down menu as well as a keyboard shortcut that makes adding labels lightnight-fast for us keyboard junkies. There are also some miscellaneous features and additions...

FeedLounge web-based feed reader goes live

I've had an invitation to FeedLounge in my Inbox since July, and now I'm never going to get to use it. FeedLounge is yet another web-based feed reader service, but has gotten pretty stellar reviews, and has just opened up to the public. It has the requisite AJAXy interface ("you may quickly forget that you’re using a web application"), a full set of keyboard shortcuts, three...

Blox0r: AJAXy Outlooky RSS reader

TV Squad guy Keith McDuffee got it right when he said "silly name, neat interface" telling us about Blox0r, which advertises itself as "The best online aggregator ever!" Its an AJAXy feed reader that uses a classic Outlook three-pane interface. On the left is a list of feeds you're subscribed to, a la Bloglines, and on the right are two panes, one for headlines and one to show...

Outlook 12 to include RSS reader

In the not especially surprising news department, Redmondmag.com is reporting that Microsoft is planning to include an RSS aggregator in Outlook 12, to be released with Vista in the second half of this year. This is bad news for the likes of NewsGator who sell plugins that give Outlook feed capability. It will be interesting to see how Microsoft will reconcile the inclusion of feed support in both...