“Apple is rolling out new tools for its imaginatively named Apple News news app to local newspapers, independent publishers and even bloggers, expanding the amount of content you’ll be able to read on your iPhone, according to media reports on Tuesday,” Carrie Mihalcik reports for CNET.

“The News app, which is baked into the iOS software that powers iPhones and iPads, aggregates news sources into one feed and builds personalized recommendations based on what you read,” Mihalcik reports. “Apple has partnered with more than 100 media companies since launching the app in September, including The New York Times, Condé Nast and (full disclosure) CNET.”

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