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  • SPEAKER: We used to get news like this.

  • Now it's more like this.

  • Headlines are everywhere.

  • It's overwhelming to keep up with,

  • and it's hard to find great stories about the stuff you

  • really care about.

  • Those stories are out there.

  • They're being written and shot by journalists,

  • award-winning national reporters,

  • dedicated local correspondents, and insightful bloggers.

  • But too often, their great work gets lost in all of this.

  • And that's why we're completely rebuilding Google News.

  • It uses artificial intelligence to analyze

  • all the content published to the web at any moment,

  • and organize all those articles, videos,

  • and more into storylines.

  • It spots the ones you might be interested in,

  • and puts them into your briefing.

  • Your briefing helps you get up to speed on five top storylines

  • happening now.

  • It's organized for you, with local, national,

  • and global stories on the topics you care about.

  • If you want to go deeper, just tap to get full coverage.

  • You get a complete view of a storyline

  • reported by sources with a range of perspectives, articles,

  • videos, the timeline, and opinion and analysis.

  • The new Google News is personalized for you,

  • but you can always tap headlines to see the biggest stories

  • everyone is reading.

  • And if you just want stories from those great sources

  • you trust, publishers are front and center.

  • Follow them.

  • Get more stories from them, and support them.

  • Making sense of the news is a big challenge,

  • and the new Google News is just one step--

  • one we hope can make it a little easier

  • to find great stories about the stuff you're into,

  • from journalists who know it best.


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Introducing the new Google News

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    林宜悉 posted on 2019/06/11
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