A coffee shop I started going to has free wifi, but what is confounding is that once connected to their wifi I can only visit maybe 5-10% of sites I try connecting to. Works great with google.com, maps.google.com, tmz.com . But I can not connect to duckduckgo.com, airbnb.com, techradar.com, and tons of other sites such as links off of news.google.com (news.google.com itself if accessible). Also, I have the... - Source: Reddit / 1 day ago
Google news Https://news.google.com If you don't disable all tracking cookies and actually give Google a CHANCE to figure out what your interests are, the news feed will be amazing. - Source: Reddit / 8 days ago
It's horrendous that there's no coverage of this in the media. I tried finding more context on news.google.com, and came out empty :(. - Source: Reddit / 17 days ago
You could get in the loop. Just go to a good news aggregator, like https://news.google.com/, and browse the headlines. If you see a topic that interests you, click on a headline and browse that. Doesn't need to take more than a minute a day. - Source: Reddit / 21 days ago
I stopped watching CNN 12 years ago, unless it shows up on news.google.com or Reddit, I don't watch much cable news. - Source: Reddit / 29 days ago
It has gotten worse since Russia invaded Ukraine. Before that happened, their talking points started the day in Russia with Putin and RT. The talking points would circle the globe and end up on Fox News. I could search new stories on news.google.com. The original story always started in Russia. smh. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
Both ipv6.reddit.com and old.reddit.com take > 5 seconds to load for me on a gigabit connection. Other pages like news.google.com and news.ycombinator.com load instantaneously. Is there some setting to tell it how many posts to load so the first few will load much faster? - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
At news.google.com you hover your mouse pointer over a headline and a 3-dot menu will appear to the right. Click on that and a context menu will open with an option to hide all stories from that news source. - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
I mean, it's an article from yesterday. It's literally yesterday's news. When I type "news.google.com," I don't expect them to serve me up yesterday's news. - Source: Reddit / 2 months ago
Try https://news.google.com. It provides news by category. There's a Google news app too - it's very similar but a bit more customizable. I hate Google but I haven't found anything better that provides news concisely with categories. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
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