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Newsy.com Develops App for Intel Atom-Powered Netbooks

February 4, 2010

Newsy app now available in Intel's New AppUp Center for free

 

Columbia, MO (PRWEB) February 4, 2010 -- Newsy, a multi-source video news service producing daily videos for web and mobile devices, today announced it has developed an application for Intel Atom-powered netbooks. Newsy is the only news service that analyzes the key differences in how a story is being reported by various news organizations around the world.

 

Available to download from the Intel AppUp Center for free, the Newsy app offers 2- to 3-minute news videos designed for quick and easy viewing. The Newsy app is perfect for netbooks - offering short video news analysis for people on the go.

 

"Our new Newsy app reaches the fast-growing netbook community," Newsy.com President Jim Spencer explains. "Newsy is the leader in multi-source, multi-platform video news."

 

The Newsy app is one of the first applications available in Intel's new AppUp Center. Owners of Windows-based netbooks can go to the AppUp Center, download the store and install the Newsy app.

 

Newsy is building apps for several platforms - its popular iPhone app quickly ascended the list of free news apps in the Apple App Store. The Newsy app for Intel Atom-powered netbooks enables users to share videos via Twitter, Facebook and email as well as read and post comments - which are instantaneously synced with the website.

 

A news analyzer, not a news aggregator, Newsy.com offers context with convenience -- in 2 to 3 minutes, users understand the nuances in news coverage from different media sources.

 

About Newsy.com Newsy.com (http://www.newsy.com) is a multi-source online video news site that monitors, analyzes and presents the world's news coverage. Through short video segments available on the web and mobile devices, Newsy.com accelerates the understanding of how a news story is covered differently by media outlets around the world.