News aggregation site DailyMe has launched ‘Newstogram’ – a new piece of tech that analyses the reading behaviour of users.
The idea is that publishers will be able to use this information to serve up personalised news recommendations based on a user’s individual interests.
This basic function will be free to publishers – more complex use of the data will require signing up to DailyMe’s applications.
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News aggregation site NewsNow, which includes articles from newspapers, magazines and TV news, has launched a mobile version, according to a press release.
The service, which runs using mobile browser Opera, aggregates around 200,000 articles a day, organising these into 2,500 subject-specific feeds.
Chairman of NewsNow Publishing, Struan Bartlett, describes the tool as a ‘killer app’ for mobile phones.
News aggregation site Silobreaker uses semantic web technology to help consumers find news that is more relevant to them and offers connections and context with related articles or topics.
“[S]ince relevance has inherent value, it can be the basis of business models,” writes Poynter’s Amy Gahran.