A number of tech companies are offering a version of quick, news articles including Facebook, Apple and Snapchat, and now Google and Twitter are working together to offer mobile users access to publishers' content as well. A difference in Google and Twitter’s approach is the publishing project is open source, which could potentially push other tech firms to adopt the developed technology. These type of ready-to-view articles are particularly attractive for mobile users because the articles are available almost instantly instead of forcing the user to wait for the publisher’s website to load. To find out more!
Twitter's mobile users are starting to see some external links automatically expand as they browse the site, in much the same way that Facebook handles shared links. The move will make Twitter's mobile interface "visually richer” according to the company.