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RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication. It is used by many sites including such recognized names as Yahoo! News, CNN, Google, and others to deliver updates to their readers. RSS feeds help you stay current with new content published on the different sites you are interested in. You can see these updates in one place immediately. It also saves your time, since you don't have to visit individual websites searching for news.

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