Google News-A Revolution?

Google News introduced in the year 2012 has attracted a lot of attention. Previously, in-order to find the latest news, internet surfers has to visit the popular news sites in a row or get information about a topic comprehensively. Today with the evolution of Google News, news from different sources are brought together on one web page and they grouped together related messages and news flows ,weighed by popularity. All these processes are done automatically.

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When a story breaks, Google News is designed to give you the most relevant articles from a variety of sources — from national news outlets, to local points of view, to expert opinion pieces. To continue to expand your views on the news, we are adding three new features for those using our US edition: larger images on our main page; a new real-time coverage page to surface the latest articles and commentary; and relevant Google+ posts for a new social perspective.
Users can request e-mail “alerts” on various keyword topics by subscribing to Google News Alerts. E-mails are sent to subscribers whenever news articles matching their requests come online. Alerts are also available via RSS and Atom feeds.
Users will be able to customize the displayed sections, their location on the page. And how many stories are visible with a JavaScript-based drag and drop interface. However, for the US site, this has been disabled in favor of a new layout; roll-out of this layout is planned for other locales in the near future. Stories from different editions of Google News can be combined to form one personalized page, with the options stored in a cookie.
The service has been integrated with Google Search History since November 2005. Upon its graduation from beta, a section was added that displays recommended news based on the user’s Google News search history. And the articles the user has clicked on.In the last ten years; Google News has grown to 72 editions in 30 languages; and now draws from more than 50,000 news sources. The technology also powers Google’s news search. Together, they connect 1 billion unique users a week to news content.

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