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Daily tappable tech news and stories.

Every weekday Sip surfaces the most interesting and important tech stories of the day, from breaking news to profiles on favorite tech products. Stories arrive once a day so you can stay informed and remain productive.

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Ana Topoljski
Ana Topoljski- Social Media Manager at LOOP
Short to the point tech world news. Once per day.
Pavan Sethi
Pavan Sethi- building things.
AngelList is probably the best for tracking everything, but I really love Sip's format of tappable stories and minimal notifications.
Khanh Linh
Khanh Linh- Yêu kinh doanh và đam mê phong thủy
I like the Sip by Product Hunt application
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Product Hunt
Today we launched Sip , an app that delivers daily tappable tech news and stories to your or device. We polled the Product Hunt community and asked a simple question: "Why do you use Product Hunt?" Many visit the site to get inspiration for their own projects.
TechCrunch
"We didn't want to create another app thirsty for attention" writes Product Hunt CEO Ryan Hoover. So instead of a constant stream of fresh stories and alerts, Product Hunt today is releasing what's essentially a tech industry newsletter in iOS and Android form.
The Next Web
Product Hunt just launched a new tech news aggregator app, called Sip. Think of it as an unholy hybrid of Twitter Moments, and Reddit's autotldr bot. Stories are hand-picked and then compressed into the pertinent parts, along with some relevant commentary from Twitter. Sip presents these in digestible bite-sized chunks, which you can casually scroll through.
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A new experience to explore what the world is searching 🔎📈📊

Google Trends has been updated with new features, a new design, simpler navigation & more ways to explore data and stories around one of the world’s biggest journalistic datasets.

- Trending searches

- Data stories curated by the News Lab team

- Easy access to Year in Search (going back to 2001)

- New infographic types to compare different topics

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Man Thi Hao
Man Thi Hao- hao dang lam nhan vien tai dogomynghebiz
keep up the trend
Sydney Leigh
Sydney Leigh- Let's build something awesome together!
If you're looking to get a overall landscape of the popularity of a keyword, Google Trends provides some great starter insight.
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Android Police - Android news, reviews, apps, games, phones, tablets
When people want to look something up, they will more often than not turn to Google. That means Google's search data becomes a snapshot of what's hot, and Google Trends gives you a window into it all. Today, the Trends site has gotten an overhaul with some new real-time data features, as well as curated content and new ways to visualize data.
Search Engine Land
Google Trends has updated its feature set and design to provide a "simpler navigation and more ways to explore data and stories around one of the world's biggest journalistic datasets," says Google's Gavri Smith. The purpose of the new design is to help journalists build stories around data they can find in this tool.
9to5Google
As the name implies, Google Trends is a very useful service for finding what's popular among users of the Search engine and generating historic term comparisons. Google is today introducing a...
Engadget
Remember Google Trends? The site that keeps you up to date on what the world has been searching for just got a makeover. According to the team, this redesign puts "more editorial data-based stories up front," along with a section featuring data stories picked out by a news team.
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An all-new Google News powered by AI

Google News organizes what's happening to help you learn more about the stories that matter to you and the world.

Get the Google News app, available for both Android and IOS.

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Isiah Hill
Isiah Hill
Best app for news/journalism in my opinion. The interface is a lot cleaner and quicker if you just want curated news, and Google can pull from every media source known to man when you're looking for the latest news on a specific topic. So it covers every use case/scenario.
Đào Duy Phương
Đào Duy Phương- Mình là Phương. Đam mê đồ cổ và đồ gỗ.
best app for news
mark!
mark!- Sr. Social Media Manager, Red Bull
Love the "View All Coverage" button so you can see coverage from several news outlets. Lately it's been my go-to over Apple News.
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Ars Technica
Google detailed an overhaul of the Google News app at its I/O developer conference last week, and on Wednesday that redesign officially became available to download on iOS devices. It replaces the previous Google Play Newsstand app. The new app arrived on Android devices shortly after Google's initial announcement.
The Verge
Google said last week at its I/O developer conference that the revamped, artificial intelligence-powered Google News would be arriving on Apple's App Store some time in the next seven days. That time is apparently now, as the new Google News has gone live on iOS this afternoon and replaced the old Google Play Newsstand app.
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The best place to read and discuss the news online

Join NewsPicks, the best place to find thought provoking stories, with insights from those you trust.

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YouTube
Jul.05 -- How can newsrooms compete amidst dwindling subscribers and fake news. One new platform thinks it has the answer. NewsPicks CEO Ian Myers explains how they plan to bring thoughtful discourse to the online news world. He speaks on "Bloomberg Technology."
Newsday
The platform aggregates top stories through high-profile curators, which increases the "chance of bringing in the best content that's obviously not fake," says Ian Myers, ...
INSIDER
Uzabase, a Japanese-based media company, sees a big opportunity to own all parts of U.S. media -from content curation to distribution. Thusly, Uzabase thinks there's an opportunity to outdo Facebook, Twitter or Google at news. The company acquired Quartz for between $75 million to $110 million, depending on the publication's 2018 performance.
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Unbiased, trustworthy & uncluttered news 🗞️

Dailycast is an app that shows you only the most important news. It's unbiased, trustworthy, and relevant. There are no sponsored stories, there is no algorithm curating you news. The stories on Dailycast are the most noteworthy events happening right now.

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Supercharge your browser to detect faked media

"Don't trust everything you see on the internet"

We’re drowning in so much media that it's impossible to guard ourselves against information created to deceive us.

SurfSafe supercharges your browser to automatically scan for dangerous media as you surf online.

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WIRED
When Michael Bennett played for the Seattle Seahawks, he celebrated wins with a victory dance in the team locker room. He did not celebrate them by burning the American flag, contrary to a viral Photoshopped picture that began making the rounds online in September of 2017.
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Discover your next favorite thing

Product Hunt surfaces the best new products, every day. It's a place for product-loving enthusiasts to share and geek out about the latest mobile apps, websites, hardware projects, and tech creations.