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What is RSS?
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is an XML-based format used to enable the simple distribution of online content. ElectronicsWeekly.com offers its users the chance to access the very latest stories using this format in conjunction with a downloaded RSS reader, via a web based RSS program or internet browsers such as Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer 7.
By using an RSS reader you can access the very latest headlines from hundreds of websites across the world and now ElectronicsWeekly.com has chosen three categories for you to access in this way. This completely free service gives a user the chance to look over headlines and summaries of all the latest ElectronicsWeekly.com stories and then gives you the chance to click into the story to be taken to the full version. ElectronicsWeekly.com currently uses RSS version 2.0 to provide this service
How do I use RSS?
To use a ElectronicsWeekly.com RSS feed you simply need to download and install a RSS reader (find lists of RSS Readers at these third-party sites: Google Directory & Harvard blog). Alternatively RSS functionality is built into the personalised areas of sites such as Google & Yahoo, or in internet browsers such as Mozilla Firefox).
Once a reader is downloaded all you need to do is simply click on one of the feed buttons above that takes your interest and follow the instructions on your RSS reader to access the headlines.
Terms and conditions of use
Before taking a RSS feed from ElectronicsWeekly.com please read the terms & conditions by clicking here
Users of the Electronics Weekly RSS service are reminded that all stories remain the property of Reed Business Information Ltd.
If you wish to use a single story please ensure our content is attributed to Electronics Weekly and users are asked to display only the headline, first paragraph of the story and the relevant link back to ElectronicsWeekly.com. Use of this service is completely free of charge.
Users must not use RSS to post our full-text stories on personal and commercial sites. Users who wish to add full-text stories should visit RBI Content Licensing Services to seek permission.