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Google Fast Flip Lets You Read Online News Like a Book

Google has just launched a simple yet sophisticated new lab called Fast Flip that takes all of the most recent and popular news stories from a variety of sources, and lets you flip through each article like a magazine or newspaper. What's great about it is that the flow is fairly seamless and fast, so you can quickly scan through pages until you find something that interests you (without having to wait for Internet pages to load). Google is hoping that this instant access to information may help the publishing industry, and they've even made a mobile version for the iPhone and Android handhelds, which is accessible just by visiting the Fast Flip site.

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