Microsoft Starts Personalized News Feed

When you want to keep up with the latest news, you can download the MSN news app on your smartphone. It’s packed with content including top stories, regional and world events, money, technology, entertainment, opinion, sports, crime, and miscellaneous stories. The app also comes with a Microsoft Start feature, which provides selected articles on a single page.

Microsoft’s online service

Microsoft is launching a new personalized news feed service called Start, available on iOS, Android, and the web. The service is a spin-off of MSN and will combine the content of premium publishers into a single stream that is tailored to your interests. Microsoft says it hopes that the service can compete with rivals like Google’s News and Apple’s News app.

Microsoft’s new news service is also integrating advertising into its other products. In a recent update, the service introduced a “Personalize” button, which allows users to personalize the news feed and choose the interests they want to follow. In addition, users can search for specific topics that they’re interested in.

Its evolution

MSN News is one of the most popular news services in the world. It is available in over 30 languages and reaches 500M users each month. The service is available on desktop and mobile platforms, including Microsoft Edge and the Microsoft Launcher. It is also available on the websites of popular mobile OEMs and carriers. It is the second most popular news and media website in the United States, and it is available in over 180 countries.

Its future

Microsoft is making a major change to its news service, replacing fifty human news editors with artificial intelligence. These employees were responsible for selecting the most important stories, rewriting headlines, and optimizing images. The new system will employ a complex algorithm to perform these tasks. While the AI will not write stories, it will rework stories from MSN’s news partners and tailor them to the MSN audience. The company has already been working toward semi-automated news delivery for several months.

Its rebranding

MSN News is undergoing a rebranding to become a more modern, user-friendly news website. The new site will aggregate news from multiple media sources and will work with more than 1,000 publishers in the US, UK and India. Microsoft plans to launch the rebranded news site in the next few months.

It will be available for Android and iOS. The app will feature a dark theme, customizable news views, and breaking news alerts. It also features new features for Android users, including integration with widgets. Microsoft also says the new news app will be able to make your personalization preferences easier.

MSN News is also changing its icon. The red color in the icon is a new feature that will be more prominent in Windows 10. The service’s portfolio of news articles will remain unchanged, but the new name and design will be more visually appealing. Beta testers will receive the new name automatically.

As a publisher, MSN News could help you diversify your audience, especially for video. CBS News Digital evp and gm Christy Tanner said the new service is a great opportunity to reach a more diverse audience, particularly in the age of live streaming video.

Microsoft also launched its new start-up yesterday, bringing the news application to Windows 10. The new app is now called Microsoft Start. Users can access the new app from the Windows 10 taskbar or from online. It’s similar to the old MSN news app, which has been renamed to Microsoft News.

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