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Yahoo to provide daily news curation using Summly

Yahoo to provide daily news curation using Summly | Content Curation Tools For Brands | Scoop.it
Can Marissa Mayer make Yahoo more relevant at a time where mobile usage is skyrocketing and consumers are bombarded with information?
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Yahoo acquired a new mobile company Aviate, most importantly it is about to launch an automated 2x daily news curation service using Summly
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Yahoo acquires mobile news curation start-up Summly

Yahoo acquires mobile news curation start-up Summly | Content Curation Tools For Brands | Scoop.it
SAN FRANCISCO/LONDON (Reuters) - Yahoo Inc has snapped up mobile news aggregator Summly, the latest in a string of small acquisitions intended to bolster the Web portal's mobile services.Summly, founded...
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News/content curation is the new battlefield of the US gang

 

see also "Facebook redesign is about shifting from relationships to content" http://sco.lt/7KrIy9 and "Death by newsfeed" by Nick Kellet http://sco.lt/92viNN

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From LeWeb'13 Paris - Summly's CEO Interview

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Summly, the automated news summary aggregation app is now part of Yahoo

18 year old Summly founder, UK Nick D’Aloisio is very interesting. Too bad Loic Le Meur was focussing his questions on Yahoo! rather than on Summly and algorithmic curation

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Genius teen Developer's Summly app hits hall a million downloads

Genius teen Developer's Summly app hits hall a million downloads | Content Curation Tools For Brands | Scoop.it
Nick D'Aloisio is targeting 2 million users and a move onto Android in 2013 - but doesn't know if he'll stay in school.
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