News items can be easily searched through Google Search.
Through its official Twitter handle, Google has released a new design for News tab in its Google Search. Well, Google has redesigned the Search News tab with a new interface. While it's clear that the new design is a lot less busy than its predecessor, it'll be harder to get an idea of the breadth of coverage or read related news stories.More news: Man Steals Car With Kids Inside. It Doesn’t End Well
Google says the redesign will roll out "over the next couple weeks", so if you don't have it already, give it some time. Google wants to make it easier to find the news you need by making publisher names more prominent and organising articles more clearly to help them stand out.
Google said it would begin rolling out this feature over the next few weeks.More news: Ursula von der Leyen signals she will not reopen Brexit talks
The updated News tab will be rolling out to users around the world in the coming weeks. TechCrunch has seen a preview of the re-design and reports how news articles are now organized in a compact list of links, allowing the user to see several headlines around a single topic in one space.
The new update will add a particular link about news as a card.More news: Irina Shayk Still Believe In Marriage After Bradley Cooper Split
Additionally, the new Cart-type layout of Search Results News will display the full heading of the Article or News instead of showing a small headline. For each news story, the Search Giant will add a blog link and the publisher's name. However, anxiety over digital news has grown in recent years, with publishers anxious by diminishing income and experts warning about the proliferation of low-quality sources.
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