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aggregator

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

An example is BottomFeeder.

http://directory.google.com/Top/Reference/Libraries/Library_and_Information_Science/Technical_Services/Cataloguing/Metadata/RDF/Applications/RSS/News_Readers/.
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When tracking current news on an ongoing basis, Google News and other free news aggregators might be efficient in terms of cost and time.
This Comment argues that the appropriate legal framework for addressing news aggregators lies in federal courts' handling of intellectual property claims against search engines.
The new law is due to be discussed in German government before the end of November and if passed will give newspapers and other publishers the right to request royalties from search engines and news aggregators like Google before a link to the source is displayed in search results.
Warren views FirstRain as an affordable option between free Google search and the fee-based news aggregators such as Factiva and LexisNexis.
Technology news aggregator Techmeme hired Megan McCarthy as its first human editor in 2008.
Surveyed Iraqis said that they prefer Aswat al-Iraq news agency than important online news aggregators, such as Yahoo and Google news, and news outlets, like al-jazeera.
Even though IceRocket's RSS Builder is virtually goof-proof, you'll probably want to spend a little extra time making sure the feed is picked up by all the major RSS news aggregators and readers.
Feed Readers / News Aggregators * Desktop applications * Web browsers: Firefox, Safari, Opera, plugins * Email clients * Online aggregators
News aggregators, such as Meerkat, Syndic8, and NewsIsFree, and their web services
While it seems news aggregators launch each day with the same generic business technology news, DigitalMediaBuzz.
Google said that newspapers and news aggregators should reach a solution to benefit both sides, but the ANJ said the experiment has failed.
However, news aggregators impact even some web-based providers.