Tech Times.com RSS feeds
Really Simple Syndication (RSS) is an XML-based format for content distribution. Tech Times.com offers several RSS feeds for use in news readers and Web logs (blogs). These feeds include headlines, summaries and links back to Tech Times.com for the full article. "RSS feeds are free and TechTimes.com currently uses RSS 2.0.
How to sign up for The Tech Times RSS Feeds
Click on the below content area(s) you're interested in subscribing to, and follow the instructions to add to your news reader or your personal web page.
What is RSS?
RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication." An RSS file contains headlines, summaries and links that are formatted in XML (eXtensible Markup Language) so that they may be read by a program.
How do I use RSS?
The most common use of RSS is viewing news with an RSS reader, also known as a news aggregator. There are three types of news aggregators: stand-alone programs, e-mail-integrated applications, and Web-based aggregators.
How is RSS different than an e-mail newsletter?
E-mail newsletters are usually delivered at a time chosen by the publisher. RSS gives you more control by always being available and staying updated. Another advantage RSS has over e-mail is that you don't have to supply an e-mail address to get the headlines.
How is RSS different than a Web site?
RSS is usually a slimmed-down version of a Web site. Images and other supplementary information are not included in an RSS feed.
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