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Pipes

With Pipes, you can focus on only the news you care about, creating your own feeds of the subjects you're interested in.

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Your list of pipes

Once you've chosen your topics, they will show up as tiles on the main page where you browse by swiping vertically.

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Set your notifications

Touch the eye-shaped icon in the upper right to see a list of your Pipes. Then touch the radio buttons to set how often you want to be notified for each topic.

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Topic page

When you pick a pipe, you'll be able to see the latest stories associated with that topic.

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Tweets on your topic

You can also use the tabs at the top of the topic page to look at headlines, relevant Twitter posts, and the Wikipedia entry for the topic.

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Wikipedia

Pick the right-most tab to see what Wikipedia has on your topic.

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Profile page

Go to the settings to view your profile page where you can connect with Facebook and Google+, and also set up Pocket so you can save stories for offline reading.

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