Microsoft Details RSS Plans

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NEW YORK Microsoft said it would include support for Really Simple Syndication in its new operating system, which could significantly expand the reach of the feed technology.

Used mostly now by blogs and news sites, RSS allows Internet users to receive feeds of headlines directly to their computers. Sometimes compared to TiVo, RSS gives consumers control of which Internet content they receive, eliminating the need to visit several sites or go to venues’ home pages to find content.

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