Greece-FrameGoogle today, in a post on its Inside Search blog, has revealed a new interface for browsing news on its mobile website. Starting now, when you search for a topic, you’ll see a “carousel” of recent articles regarding your query that you can horizontally scroll through. The carousel contains articles from a single source of information.

For instance, if you search for “NBA” and you may see a carousel of articles from and Bleacher Report. Searching for “NPR” will bring up a carousel of news from the source’s website. Or, you could search for a specific topic like “Greece” and be presented with all of the articles that The Guardian has published regarding that topic in a new, easy to use interface.

Google says that it is working to make this feature available for more websites soon. The company’s main goal with this new carousel interface is to make news easier to sift through and digest. You can try it out now by searching for almost any topic on Google’s mobile website.

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