RSS feeds have pretty much remained the same way as when they first made it big, and reading all those feeds could prove to be a bore. Google intends to spice things up a bit with their new service known as Google Reader Play, where similar to Stumbleupon, it offers you an alternative method of browsing interesting news on the Internet. Items will be presented one at a time in Google Reader Play in a big format, taking up the entire screen. Once you have read it, click the next arrow to move on, and so on and so forth. Users might realize that Google Reader Play is based on the same technology found in Recommended Items in Google Reader, where it will automatically attempt to search the most popular stuff that appeals to you (as well as what turns you off), as long as you won’t mind it “reading” into your mind initially.
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