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Google News

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.

21 Alternatives to Google News

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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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.
4 Alternatives to Google Trends

Discover exploding trends before they take off

Glimpse is a monthly newsletter that surfaces rapidly growing trends: companies, products, industries, and styles.

The trends are identified by tracking nearly every word and phrase across search, media, shopping, and social websites, then surfacing those that show rapid growth.

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MoviePass for news

Fread Unlimited gives you access to all-you-can eat premium news & journalism for just $12 / £10 a month. That’s it. You can read all the premium paywalled news you ever wanted, but didn't want to pay over $2000 for. Never bounce of a paywall again. No limits, no strings, no fuss. Simple.

Sign up using the code GETFREADPH at getfread.com

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Hummingbird lets you pick your favorite topics and subtopics from a list, and make a curated feed of news called ‘Your Mix.’ At any point in time, you can mute a news source or dislike a story to tailor your feed to your tastes in coverage. The app is said to get better at finding sources and topics better suited for you the more you use it.

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The Next Web
Microsoft has quietly released an AI-based news app called Hummingbird on Google Play and Apple's App Store. It's currently available only in the US, and is the company's second news aggregation app. Hummingbird lets you pick your favorite topics and subtopics from a list, and make a curated feed of news called 'Your Mix.'
VentureBeat
Microsoft's new curatorial news app aims to cut through the deluge with the help of artificial intelligence (AI). Hummingbird, which was first spotted by Android Police, has quietly launched on Android in some countries. It's a straightforward affair.
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BuzzFeed launches a news site for journalism.

BuzzFeed launches a new site for our journalism.

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TechCrunch
It's not news at this point that BuzzFeed has a serious news organization - one whose reporting on Russia made it a finalist for a Pulitzer Prize this year. But it's also a news organization whose stories are published alongside the social media friendly quizzes and lists that BuzzFeed ...
Fast Company
LOL. WTF. OMG. BuzzFeed suddenly looks like a newspaper. The hyperviral publisher, known best for keeping us all up to date on Kylie Jenner and " the so-called Kardashian curse," has launched a serious journalistic spinoff called BuzzFeed News. With the new site comes a new design.
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AI and human-curated news for mobile

Microsoft News is delivers breaking news and trusted, in-depth reporting from the world's best journalists

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Engadget
"Diversity, in our newsroom an in the publishers we partner with, is a key ingredient of the Microsoft News experience," the blog post reads. "We carefully compose our pages every day to present multiple sides of a story and consciously curate a wide variety of opinion pieces -- which we clearly mark as such -- help readers better understand the news."
The Verge
Microsoft is launching rebranded Microsoft News apps for both iOS and Android today, alongside using its news engine to power news across a variety of Microsoft products. While the MSN name is going away on Android and iOS, the site itself will remain branded as MSN.com, a portal for news that the software maker launched back in 1995.
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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, ...
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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.
9 Alternatives to NewsPicks

Unbiased coverage of the day’s most important news

Knowhere is a news publication striving to be the most unbiased and authoritative source on the day’s most important issues.

We use a combination of machine learning and human journalists to evaluate bias in reporting, considering outlets as varied as the NYT and Breitbart, to inform three 'spins' of every story: impartial, left and right.

8 Alternatives to Knowhere

News aggregator focused on user experience

Cupure.com is the quick news reading platform that collect politics world US news from the media and showing with easy to read interface. You can also use filter from the Navigation menu to select your preffered news. "Cupure" name comes from "Coupure" in French which means Newspaper Clipping.

5 Alternatives to Cupure News

Community-built database ranking news media

Mediagavel is a platform aimed to democratize news by facilitating a community-built database ranking news media by trust and general opinion. Rate news sites on a global scale.

Be one of our early adopters and help shape the internet - Our site relies heavily on our trusted users to take a stand against biased publishing.

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Medium
Helsinki, Finland: On the 23rd of May Elon Musk Tweeted that he is going tocreate a site where the public can rate the truth of any article. He also mentions a credibility score for journalists, editors and publications. Elon Musk is now challenged by the Finnish start-up Mediagavel .
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