Apple Adds Section Highlighting the 2018 Midterm Elections to Apple News
Apple hopes its new section focusing on the 2018 midterm elections will help iPhone and iPad users stay informed about local and national races. Apple says the section, curated by its editors, will feature breaking news, exclusive highlights, and analysis from reliable sources so readers can get up to speed on candidates and topics. The section will have several sub-sections. For example, The Conversation will house opinion columns about hot-button issues, while On the Ground will highlight reporting about local issues and races. Apple says it will include content from a variety of publishers, including Axios, Fox News, Politico, Vox, and the Washington Post. Apple says the Apple News 2018 Midterm Elections section is already available to U.S. readers and will remain in place through the elections in November.
Twitter Aims to Make Discovery Simpler and More Rewarding
Jun 13, 2018
Twitter today announced a number of changes to the way it arranges tweets, trends, and topics in order to help people find and read about the things that interest them. For example, breaking news will now be added to the Happening Now tool that appears at the top of users' feeds.
Google Brings Election Tools to Google Search
Nov 6, 2018
Google today rolled out several tools to help Americans vote in the 2018 mid-term elections. There are three components to the information being offered by Google: how to vote; who are the candidates and what are the issues; and what are the results.
‘Subscribe with Google’ to Ease Pain of Subscribing to News Sources
Mar 20, 2018
Google today announced Subscribe with Google, an easy way for people to subscribe to and pay for select news sources. Google has worked with a number of publishers over the last six months to develop the service.
Huawei Hopes AI-Assisted Camera Will Set Mate 10, Mate 10 Pro Apart
Oct 16, 2017
Huawei today announced the Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro, the Chinese company's flagship smartphones heading into the end of the year. The Mate 10 (left) and Mate 10 Pro (right) are high-end devices with curved glass panels front and back, and a metal frame in between.