msnNOW Debuts Today: Know About It

msnNOW Debuts Today: Know About It

msnNOW, available at now.msn.com, makes it easy to stay up to date on the things people are talking about, searching for and sharing the most. msnNOW compiles interesting trends from real-time sources like Facebook, Twitter, Bing, and BreakingNews.com, so you’ll always know what’s happening and get the jump on what everyone is talking about. When there is a hot social conversation or emerging trend, msnNOW’s expert editors provide key insights on why it’s trending, if it’s true, what people are saying about it and where to find out more.

With msnNOW you’ll be the most informed of your friends about what’s happening across the Web – whether it’s celebrities, a sporting event, the latest tech news, or a political race.

You can also easily sort through the trends that matter most to you in the topics sections by filtering them by areas of interest, including:

  • Fame: Drill down on celebrity gossip and entertainment reports.
  • Soul: Explore trends related to life – including love, beauty, kids, products and more.
  • Sweat: Check into the latest sports buzz.
  • Wire: Catch up on trends related to the day’s big stories.
  • Cash: See what’s hot in the world of money and big business.

Get msnNOW Everywhere
Because msnNOW is all about keeping you in the know, you can stay up-to-date wherever you are, by hopping on your PC, mobile phone, or tablet by going directly to now.msn.com. On Facebook, ‘like’ msnNOW to receive updates in your feed, or read the hottest trends with friends on the msnNOW Facebook Reader . Or, simply follow @msnNOW on Twitter. When you’re reading www.msn.com, just look for headlines with a NOW bubble to see what trends and conversations are heating up on the Web. Check out what msnNOW host, Asha K., has to say about msnNOW.

Go to now.msn.com and click make msnNOW your homepage to ensure you’re always up-to-speed on the latest and greatest.  To read more about the technology and people behind msnNOW, check out this article on Microsoft News Center.

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