CNET News.com RSS feeds
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is an XML-based format for content distribution (more). CNET News.com offers RSS feeds with headlines and descriptions and links back to CNET News.com for the full story.
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For more details on RSS, start with the CNET RSS tutorial, which has a great video demonstration of the process. There is also a useful walkthrough of the subscription process on CNET Download.com. For more technical interest, start with the RSS 2.0 specification. CNET News.com is currently using the RSS 2.0 format.
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