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Yahoo Launches Mobile RSS News Feed
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 3/11/2005 08:44:00 PM.

Yahoo Inc. on Thursday launched a service that allows mobile phone users to access news and other information either from the portal's personalized news and information service or from websites that offer RSS content syndication.

How to Access Yahoo RSS feeds on Mobiles :

First navigate to http://mobile.yahoo.com in your phone's WAP 2.0 minibrowser and navigate down to the News link. From there click on My Headlines, log in with your Yahoo! ID and all the RSS headlines that you've added to your My Yahoo! page are listed, ready to be read on the go. Clicking on the individual feed links will let you read a summary of the stories (about 1024 characters, which is actually more than appears on the My Yahoo! Web version) and if you've got a phone which has a browser that supports full HTML web pages, each of the headlines will be live links to the original article.

Yahoo currently offers a custom database of 250,000 sources of information from across the web that consumers can search and add to their My Yahoo page and view through the Yahoo Mobile Internet. My Yahoo also can provide headlines and article summaries from any RSS-supported website, as well as from blogs supporting the newer Atom standard for content syndication.

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