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A program for watching for new content at user-specified RSS feeds.

An example is BottomFeeder.
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content aggregator

An organization that combines information such as news, sports scores, weather forecasts and reference materials from various sources and makes it available to its customers. See customer aggregator.

remote access concentrator

A remote access server that supports one or more T1/E1 lines, allowing multiple analog and ISDN calls to come in over one port from the telephone company. Remote access concentrators can handle much higher call densities than remote access servers. They include the dial-up protocols, access control and the equivalent of a modem pool. See remote access server, remote access router and IAD.
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Feed aggregators like iTunes, SharpReader, or FeedReader periodically check the RSS feed to see when it was last updated.
For desktop computers, users can use "feedreader" software, which retrieves the RSS information, or they can subscribe within their web browsers.
Once you've subscribed (using software called an aggregator, newsreader, or feedreader) you don't have to keep going back to the original website to download new stuff - it arrives on your computer (and your MP3 player, if you like) automatically.
If you don't have an RSS feed reader in your browser, it is worth taking the time to download an RSS reader software available on the Internet for free or for a small charge (FeedReader is free).
Numerous readers can be downloaded from the Internet, including AmphetaDesk, Bloglines, FeedReader, RssReader and Pluck.
Those who use PCs might try such readers as FeedReader, NewzCrawler, or AmphetaDesk.