Oops! A mistake by Google on Wednesday morning caused the site's search service to remove Digg from its results, leading to speculation that there may have been some drama between the two tech companies.
Digg users searching for the social news website were unable to find Digg atop Google search even if they looked for "digg." Instead, they found the Digg Wikipedia page, Digg Twitter account and other Digg-related results but nothing for the site itself.
This caused users to turn to forums and ask if others were getting the same results. Once it was confirmed this was a widespread occurrence, some users began speculating about what may have caused Google to de-list Digg.
Some wondered if Google decided to remove Digg as a result of the site recently announcing that it would build its an RSS platform, shortly after Google announced it would kill Reader, its own RSS platform.