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[[Google New]]s is a free news aggregator provided and operated by [[Google]] Inc, selecting most up-to-date information from thousands of publications by an automatic aggregation algorithm. Launched in September 2002, the service was tagged as a beta test for over three years until January 2006.<ref>Krishna Bharat, [http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2006/01/and-now-news.html "And now, News"], The Official Google Blog, January 23, 2006. "We're taking Google News out of beta! When we launched the English-language edition in September 2002, we entered untested waters with a grand experiment in news browsing – using computers to organize the world's news in real time and providing a bird's eye view of what's being reported on virtually any topic. By presenting news "clusters" (related articles in a group), we thought it would encourage readers to get a broader perspective by digging deeper into the news – reading ten articles instead of one, perhaps – and then gain a better understanding of the issues, which could ultimately benefit society. A bit more than three years later, we offer 22 regional editions in 10 languages, and have a better sense of how people use Google News". Accessed June 19, 2008.</ref> The initial idea was developed by Krishna Bharat.<ref name=notwar>{{cite web|last=Glaser|first=Mark|title=Google News to Publishers: Let's Make Love Not War|publisher=PBS|url=http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/2010/02/google-news-to-publishers-lets-make-love-not-war035.html|date=February 4, 2010|accessdate=April 2, 2010}}</ref><ref name="googlefriends">{{cite web|url=https://www.google.com/googlefriends/morejul03.html|title=Google Friends Newsletter – Q&A with Krishna Bharat |date=July 2003|publisher=Google|accessdate=April 4, 2009}}</ref>
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[[Google News]] is a free news aggregator provided and operated by [[Google]] Inc, selecting most up-to-date information from thousands of publications by an automatic aggregation algorithm. Launched in September 2002, the service was tagged as a beta test for over three years until January 2006.<ref>Krishna Bharat, [http://googleblog.blogspot.com/2006/01/and-now-news.html "And now, News"], The Official Google Blog, January 23, 2006. "We're taking Google News out of beta! When we launched the English-language edition in September 2002, we entered untested waters with a grand experiment in news browsing – using computers to organize the world's news in real time and providing a bird's eye view of what's being reported on virtually any topic. By presenting news "clusters" (related articles in a group), we thought it would encourage readers to get a broader perspective by digging deeper into the news – reading ten articles instead of one, perhaps – and then gain a better understanding of the issues, which could ultimately benefit society. A bit more than three years later, we offer 22 regional editions in 10 languages, and have a better sense of how people use Google News". Accessed June 19, 2008.</ref> The initial idea was developed by Krishna Bharat.<ref name=notwar>{{cite web|last=Glaser|first=Mark|title=Google News to Publishers: Let's Make Love Not War|publisher=PBS|url=http://www.pbs.org/mediashift/2010/02/google-news-to-publishers-lets-make-love-not-war035.html|date=February 4, 2010|accessdate=April 2, 2010}}</ref><ref name="googlefriends">{{cite web|url=https://www.google.com/googlefriends/morejul03.html|title=Google Friends Newsletter – Q&A with Krishna Bharat |date=July 2003|publisher=Google|accessdate=April 4, 2009}}</ref>
  
 
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Latest revision as of 20:32, April 6, 2014

Google News is a free news aggregator provided and operated by Google Inc, selecting most up-to-date information from thousands of publications by an automatic aggregation algorithm. Launched in September 2002, the service was tagged as a beta test for over three years until January 2006.[1] The initial idea was developed by Krishna Bharat.[2][3]

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  1. Krishna Bharat, "And now, News", The Official Google Blog, January 23, 2006. "We're taking Google News out of beta! When we launched the English-language edition in September 2002, we entered untested waters with a grand experiment in news browsing – using computers to organize the world's news in real time and providing a bird's eye view of what's being reported on virtually any topic. By presenting news "clusters" (related articles in a group), we thought it would encourage readers to get a broader perspective by digging deeper into the news – reading ten articles instead of one, perhaps – and then gain a better understanding of the issues, which could ultimately benefit society. A bit more than three years later, we offer 22 regional editions in 10 languages, and have a better sense of how people use Google News". Accessed June 19, 2008.
  2. Glaser, Mark (February 4, 2010). "Google News to Publishers: Let's Make Love Not War". PBS. Retrieved April 2, 2010. 
  3. "Google Friends Newsletter – Q&A with Krishna Bharat". Google. July 2003. Retrieved April 4, 2009.