Newsflashr.com Aims to Out-Speed Yahoo and Google News New Technology Enables a Faster Way to Track Headline News Across All the Most Credible News Sources

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The newsflashr site, a next-generation real-time news aggregator, enables a faster way to track news headlines across all the most credible news sources. When compared to industry leaders such as Google News, Yahoo! Buzz, MSNBC, CNN, AOL News, Newsgator, Digg, Bloglines & Ask.com, the new service offers a faster and more interactive way to monitor huge amounts of headline news data. The "collective intelligence" of all the top news editors is presented in a ground-breaking new interface that significantly cuts down the amount of time required to track popular topics that are making news.

Business Week called our first news aggregator: faster than a speeding bullet. I think you'll see that newsflashr is even faster. Anyone who uses the site gets a super wide-angle view of all the most important news sources, all on one page

The newsflashr site, a next-generation real-time news aggregator, enables a faster way to track news headlines across all the most credible news sources. When compared to industry leaders such as Google News, Yahoo! Buzz, MSNBC, CNN, AOL News, Newsgator, Digg, Bloglines & Ask.com, the new service offers a faster and more interactive way to monitor huge amounts of headline news data. The "collective intelligence" of all the top news editors is presented in a ground-breaking new interface that significantly cuts down the amount of time required to track popular topics that are making news.

  • newsflashr.com launches next-generation news aggregator; newsflashr is powered by state-of-the-art text processing and interface technologies that result in faster access to breaking news headlines around the Web:
  • hot topics are extracted from all the most credible news sources in order to display the "collective intelligence" of all the top news editors
  • results are displayed within a "hot topic news cloud" in order to transparently link matching news headlines at unprecedented client-side speed (competing services are slower due to their use of standard server-side retrieval operations)
  • mainstream news and blog categories can be easily compared while viewing each news source's independent traffic rankings (provided by Alexa, an Amazon, Inc. company)
  • search and track popular topics in news headlines up to 7 days old; search results are immediately displayed in a convenient summary matrix
  • customize the "freshness" of highlighted topics and corresponding headlines
  • access all headlines on one concise page in either "feeds view" or "topics view", including photos and images in the news that match selected topics

The freely accessible new service provides a time-saving news interface for journalists, bloggers and news-lovers alike.

"Business Week called our first news aggregator: faster than a speeding bullet. I think you'll see that newsflashr is even faster. Anyone who uses the site gets a super wide-angle view of all the most important news sources, all on one page," says Gal Arav, founder of the new service at newsflashr.com.

About newsflashr.com:
The newsflashr site, a next-generation real-time news aggregator, enables a faster way to track news headlines across all the most credible news sources. When compared to industry leaders such as Google News, Yahoo! Buzz, MSNBC, CNN, AOL News, Newsgator, Digg, Bloglines & Ask.com, the new service offers a faster and more interactive way to monitor huge amounts of headline news data. The "collective intelligence" of all the top news editors is presented in a ground-breaking new interface that significantly cuts down the amount of time required to track popular topics that are making news. The company is led by its founder, Web entrepreneur Gal Arav, and it is based in Bedford, MA. For media inquiries, call 617-733-1073 or email: info(at)newsflashr(dot)com.

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