MSN and Yahoo to offer more RSS services

Posted on Tuesday, March 15 2005 @ 20:09 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
Booth MSN and Yahoo will start offering RSS services. Microsoft has a beta running to test a web-based RSS aggregator and Yahoo has expanded into mobile access to 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.
More info at eWeek

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