- news reader (Wiktionary)
“You can read the full description of the device after the break -- it's described as a newsreader, with two-digit codes for each article online, and a constant stream of information from the hourly updates on "electronic papers.”
“I ask because all of a sudden (one or two days), deletions and inserts are visible in my newsreader, which is NetNewsWire.”
“But she was a newsreader, which is to say, her face could fill a screen and she could enunciate the words in front of her nicely.”
“N - Newsreader A newsreader is a software tool or web application that is used to read and manage RSS feeds.”
“Built on Netvibes, an RSS aggregator (aka newsreader), the site comes standards with pre-selected feeds from popular social media and technology sites.”
“The John Snow is named after John Snow the health campaigner, not the newsreader, which is amusing in itself as John Snow was a confirmed teetotaller*.”
“On Unix systems, however, you will have to use a "newsreader" program.”
“I can even tell the site that aggregates all of this hint – it’s called a newsreader that I like cars, golf and gadgets so I get targeted ads and coupons.”
“My newsreader is the fabulous NetNewsWire, but it’s only for Mac users.”
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