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Google News RSS buttons go missing, but feeds are still there

If you use Google News frequently, you may have recently noticed something missing from your search results. The buttons to create RSS feeds from search results have been removed from the page. The missing buttons don't prevent you from creating RSS feeds anyway, though. There are a couple of ways to do it. If your browser autodetects RSS, you can just click the RSS icon in the address bar to get...

Belgian newspaper group seeks $77 million from Google News

Once upon a time a group of Belgian newspaper publishers decided that they didn't like how Google was indexing their news stories and publishing headlines and short snippets on Google News and Google.be. While many newspaper publishers realized that Google was actually directing traffic to their web sites, Copiepresse, the organization representing the group of Belgian publishers took Google to...

Microsoft updates its search engine for news

Microsoft has rolled out a new improved news search engine under its Live Search banner. Overall Live Search News looks a lot like you'd expect a news search engine to look if you've used another one like say, Google News. But there are a few features that make Live Search News stand out: An orange banner will pop up and highlight breaking news at the top of the site, but only when there's...

Google News goes local

Google News is working hard to either kill your local newspaper or make you read it more often. While Google News has typically gathered the top stories from news sources across the web and presented the top world and national stories, you can now get local pages for pretty much any major city. All you have to do is visit the Google News homepage, scroll down the page a bit until you see a box...

AP sues online news aggregator for scraping content

The Associated Press is suing Moreover, an online news aggregator and its parent company VeriSign. The AP says the company is illegally accessing and distributing Associated Press content without permission. Moreover is sort of like a subscription version of Google News. If you visit the company's main page you get a lot of information about the service, but no free content. Users can sign up for...