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Personalized social reader Zite is updating its iOS app with more Google Reader-inspired features, and also added seven new publishers to its publisher program. The platform could give publishers a new tool in their quest to monetize online content. Not only does it let mobile websites issue push notifications, but it also introduces new real estate for ads. More news from Yahoo on Monday: The company is revamping photo-sharing service Flickr and is also opening a New York City office. Google CEO Larry Page, who has been suffering from vocal cord issues, showed up at the end of the Google I/O keynote and spent some time talking about his vision of technology and took questions from the audience. Content providers will soon pay mobile carriers to exempt their traffic from consumers' mobile data plans, says AT&T's Randall Stephenson. Our live coverage from Google I/O 2013, Google's most significant public event of the year, can be found right here. Here you'll find all our coverage of Google I/O 2013, Google's annual showcase of its technology prowess. In an interesting public-private partnership, children's reading app Ruckus is teaming up with Connecticut Public Television to offer a CPTV-branded kids' iOS app. Amazon has acquired Samsung's color screen display technology, Liquavista. The technology could be used to create low-power color screens for Kindles. Research from McKinsey seems to suggest that print-based media still commands a large proportion of time spent by consumers of news -- but that is just part of the larger picture media companies have to understand.