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Zite will fade away as a standalone app, as Flipboard folds the rival's recommendation tech into its own news reader.
Newest version gives users -- both existing and new -- better tools for discovering relevant stories. Plus, Zite added new publishing partners.
With its completely redesigned apps for iPhone and iPad, the CNN-owned Zite is aiming to make it easier than ever to find the news that matters to you.
Using tech from the service it bought last year, CNN will give readers a list of the current ten most-talked about stories, along with a variety of outside content on each subject.
The popular news-reading app is expanding to the Microsoft platform, and Zite's CEO is pretty stoked despite the operating system's lack of popularity so far.
The former news aggregation app for iOS has transformed itself into a social network centered on interests rather than people.
Publishers who join the program can increase visibility with their own sections that readers can choose when setting themselves up on the popular news reader.
The latest version of the save-for-later app organizes everything you save into categories, making things easier to find.
The new smartwatch is the highest-profile entry yet in a surging tide of wearable tech. CNET takes you through Samsung's scramble to get the device ready for its timely debut.
The deal means that iPad readers of the news aggregator's technology section will see Intel's logo across the top of the page, and users on both the iPad and iPhone will begin to see occasional sponsored articles.