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Don't like Twitter? 'Moments' aims to change that with news hub

By highlighting top news stories, Twitter hopes to lure new users -- and it's not the only tech company hungry to become a news destination. Also: Lumo Run makes you a smarty pants, and Roku 4 gains 4K streaming powers.

Twitter is the latest tech company that is hungry to be a news hub. In fact, it hopes highlighting top stories is a way to bring in people who feel overwhelmed by the fast-paced nature of the network.

In this CNET Update, learn about Twitter Moments, and how other tech companies are stretching into the news business. We also show you the latest in wearable tech with Lumo Run smart shorts . And get to know the changes coming to the world of Roku:

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Don't like Twitter? 'Moments' aims to change that with news hub