Washington – The Washington Post is planning to launch a
free news aggregation site that will search more than 10,000 sources to let
visitors personalize their content, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.
The site, to be known as Trove, is set to launch next month, matching readers
to articles based on the topics they choose, as well as specialized algorithms.
The Post, which reportedly is investing $5-$10 million in the project, landed
the technology behind the service with last July’s acquisition of news
aggregator iCurrent.


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