How the news sites linkedin and news.com.au are changing to better reflect the internet’s evolution

Posted September 14, 2018 09:30:20 News.com, the online news aggregator and news site owned by Google, has announced that it is launching a new feature that will give users the ability to track how they are using their data.

The company says that the new feature, which is set to launch later this year, will allow users to track their news consumption by category and, if relevant, content.

The news.co.uk news aggregators will continue to serve as the default news aggregating site.

The site also said that users can now subscribe to its newsletter, which will provide updates on all news from the news websites linkedin, news.org.au and news portals like r/technology, news websites and the new news site.

News.co., founded by former Yahoo executive Chris Wain, has struggled to compete with Google’s search engine in the past.

Its new news aggregation feature will be an upgrade over the current News Feed.

The News Feed is already used by users of other search engines such as Google and Bing, which are often cited as the primary way that people consume news.

But News.org has long struggled to get traction as an alternative news source, largely because of the fact that the site is run by the same team that manages Google’s News aggregators.

The new News Feed feature will also allow users on Google’s Chrome browser to be alerted when they have been “liking” or “sharing” links on the site, something that News.

Org has done for some time.