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MSN, Yahoo Make RSS Moves
Contributed by: SHA, at 3/16/2005 09:30:00 PM.

Syndication feeds continue to gain more mainstream support as major online services experiment with ways to integrate RSS into their offerings.
Microsoft Corp.'s MSN division has started an early test of a Web-based RSS (Really Simple Syndication) aggregator, while Yahoo Inc. has expanded into mobile access to the news feeds gathered on its My Yahoo personalized home page service.
Both moves signal a growing interest in the RSS news reader market that has largely been dominated by upstart companies providing both desktop aggregators and online services for reading news feeds. They also follow Ask Jeeves Inc.'s purchase last month of Bloglines, one of the best known of the startup aggregation services.


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