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Geek’s Daily Tech Brunch! GeekByte serves every geek their daily brunch of technology and gadget news, served from over 100 of your favorite geek channels. Crafted around a great glance and glide reading experience, the design itself is very much inspired by the content. GeekByte syndicates feeds from all popular sites including Ars Technica, All Things Digital, Boy Genius Report, Crunch Gear, Engadget, Gizmodo, Lifehacker, LiveSide, Mashable, Pocket Now, Read Write Web, SlashGear, TUAW, Tech Crunch, Wired Gadgetlab, WP Central, WM PowerUser, Windows Phone Team blog and many more. HIGHLIGHTS The stunning design and layouts will blow you away! Pin favorite channels to Start. Popular sites like Engadget, Gizmodo, RWW, ZDNet in international editions & languages like ES, DE, FR, IT. DISCLAIMER GeekByte is an XML feed reader crafted around tech blogs, and is not associated with any of the channels included in the app. All content is owned by the respective publisher, and what is displayed in the app is only the feed content shared at publishers’ blog.
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