Ars Technica: "Google has launched several new APIs for its Buzz social networking service this week. One of the most significant additions is a new, real-time "firehose" feed that will allow third-party developers to consume all public Buzz messages. The firehose, which is powered by PubSubHubBub, will open the door for building sophisticated Buzz analytics and data mining tools."
Pocket-Lint: You probably thought it was dead already, but Google has officially confirmed that Google Buzz is no more as it looks to concentrate its efforts on the new social network in town, Google+.
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LA Times: The Federal Trade Commission announced Wednesday that it had reached an agreement with Google that establishes two important new principles about what companies must do before disclosing their customers' personal details.