Google News, the world’s most popular news service, will soon let you manage what you see, what you hear, and what you read.
The move comes amid the growing competition from Facebook, which is offering an alternative to Facebook News, a product that was built on Facebook’s platform and used to distribute news stories.
The Facebook News service will let you customize news stories, and the service will also allow you to subscribe to news updates.
Facebook says it’s going after the “top stories” of its social network, and is launching a “news platform” that will allow users to customize news and topics, while allowing them to choose how to engage with the news.
The service is also working on new “personalized content” to let people share their favorite articles with friends.
As Facebook continues to evolve, the company is also building a new platform that aims to connect users to its own content and services.
For instance, Facebook will now allow users who are on Messenger to post news directly to Messenger, allowing users to see what they’re reading on the service.
This will help users better understand what’s going on on Facebook, Facebook says.
The company has been experimenting with new tools for its news and other content over the past year.
The company last month rolled out a new feature called the Facebook Moments API, which allows users to quickly and easily search through posts from Facebook friends and posts from people they know.
The API lets users search through news stories by keywords, such as “Facebook friends” or “Facebook posts,” and then add related posts.
This new feature is only available on Facebook now.
Facebook is working on making it available to its more than 25 million users.