With Entry Into Interest Curation, Google Goes Head-To-Head With Facebook

In the feed, users will get a stream of news, photos and more based on their search histories and interests across Google products. The company promises a different, less friend-filtere d experience.
An image of Google's redesign of its popular search page on mobile phones. Source: Google

There's a good chance you're hungry for information you didn't even know you wanted, but Google knows — and the tech giant is going to spoon-feed it to you.

Google is following in Facebook's footsteps, with plans so that you'll get something similar to the

You're reading a preview, sign up to read more.

More from NPR

NPR2 min readSociety
Justice Department Expands Tribal Police Help, Calling It 'Right Thing To Do'
The Justice and Interior Departments are expanding a program that connects tribal law enforcement with national crime databases. The initiative has helped solve crimes and register sex offenders.
NPR2 min readSociety
Australian Prime Minister Apologies To Victims Of Institutional Child Sex Abuse
It is the first national apology on behalf of the federal government since a major report published last year showed the problem was rampant in Australia's Catholic Church and other institutions.
NPR2 min read
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Of 'Veep,' 'Seinfeld' Fame, Receives Mark Twain Prize
The comic actress was presented with the humor award in a star-studded ceremony at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. on Sunday night.