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The New York Times expands technology news site Bits

New York :The New York Times has unveiled a significant expansion of Bits, its leading technology news site. With an even larger footprint in Silicon Valley, the expanded Bits site offers more breaking news and smart analysis on the business of technology. The new edition launched today across multiple platforms.

Bits caters to technology professionals, dealmakers, policy makers and consumers by providing continuous updates on topics such as new products, cloud computing, management of big data, mobile communications, computer security, venture capital, Washington policy and regulation.

"Bits is a daily necessity for anyone who needs to be fluent in how technology affects business and changes the ways in which people work and innovate," said Larry Ingrassia, Business Day editor, The New York Times. "It gives decision-makers a briefing book they can consult several times a day."

The site's coverage is anchored by Deputy Technology Editor Quentin Hardy and Lead Bits Blogger and Columnist Nick Bilton, and overseen by Technology Editor Damon Darlin, along with Hardy and Deputy Technology Editors David Gallagher and Suzanne Spector. The technology reporting team is being bolstered by the addition of Nicole Perlroth, most recently the venture capital reporter for Forbes, and Brian X. Chen, a former reporter for Wired.com. Other staff contributing to Bits include: Claire Cain Miller, Somini Sengupta, David Streitfeld in San Francisco; Steve Lohr and Jenna Wortham in New York; and Nick Wingfield in Seattle.

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