Google News Adds RSS Feeds

Google plans to enhance its Google News article search service by adding content syndication, according to executives from the Mountain View, California, company.

The new feature will allow Google News users to set up RSS (Really Simple Syndication) or Atom content syndication feeds for specific Google News sections, such as entertainment, business, or world news, and for specific terms users search for on Google News, such as "George Bush," "diabetes," or "space shuttle." Users will also be able to set up RSS or Atom feeds for customized sections they create on Google News. "This is another way of allowing users to access Google News information," says Debbie Jaffe, Google's senior product marketing manager for consumer products.

News source: PCWorld

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