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Google News Offers RSS and Atom Feeds

Marketing Vox reports that Google News has added support for RSS and Atom feeds to Google News:

Google on Tuesday added RSS and Atom functionality to Google News, its aggregated news service, allowing users to receive to content from via feeds, reported CNET and Internet News. Users can now subscribe to get feeds from seven subject areas designated by Google or can create customized news feeds or Google News alerts. Those who have created My Google personal start pages will be able to add feeds to those pages as well.

Google News aggregates news via links to stories on myriad websites and is available in 22 versions for audiences worldwide. For now, RSS and Atom feeds are available on six versions: the U.S., Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the U.K. and India.

This is an important development for those tracking customers, competitors, industry news etc.

Google News Offers RSS and Atom Feeds

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