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Example 1 -

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Mon, 24 Jul 2017 09:02:13 GMT
Which massive Kyrie Irving trade will actually happen?
Mon, 24 Jul 2017 12:35:19 EST
Colts' Geathers to open season on PUP list
Mon, 24 Jul 2017 16:37:15 EST
Packers prez: Playing SB in Minn. would be 'fun'
Mon, 24 Jul 2017 16:01:53 EST
Mon, 24 Jul 2017 09:02:13 GMT
Which massive Kyrie Irving trade will actually happen?
Mon, 24 Jul 2017 12:36:10 EST
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Example 2 - Standalone Script
This feed is displayed using a PHP script (that includes an XML parser) embedded in this HTML page. The script is designed to pull in a single RSS/XML newsfeed. In this case, the news from Ars Technica.

Ars Technica  Ars Technica

Serving the Technologist for more than a decade. IT news, reviews, and analysis.

TSA: United made false announcement about comic book luggage ban
“I don’t know how United went ahead and stated a TSA policy incorrectly.”

How to get free US military weapons—build fake website and DOD will oblige
The “internal control processes for this program were really broken,” GAO says.

Android O Preview 4 is out—next stop, final release
The fourth O preview will hopefully fix some bugs, marks stable support library release.

Axon, maker of the Taser weapon, defeats copycat firm in patent lawsuit
Phazzer is the third such firm that Axon (formerly Taser) has defeated in court.

The curious case of, where dubious stem cell therapies seem legit
After an incident, a bioethicist calls for crackdown as doctors threaten legal action.

Crewless electric cargo ships may be on the horizon in Norway
Companies team up to build autonomous, zero-emission container "feeder ship."

NZ judge: Our spies surveilled Kim Dotcom for 2 months longer than admitted
"The US extradition case is dying. And someone is going to pay for this mess."

Break up the cable monopolies? Democrats propose new competition laws
Democrats' plan would "break up big companies if they’re hurting consumers."

Blizzard shuts down “legacy” WoW fan server hours after it goes up
Felmyst was a four-year labor of love, squashed in less than a day.

Controversial new CDC director may reconsider Big Soda’s health funding
As Georgia’s health commissioner, she took $1M from Coca-Cola for exercise campaign.

Windows Paint is now officially not getting updated any more
It doesn't appear to have been touched since Windows 7 anyway.

Samsung Foundries plans to triple market share in the next five years
With a new foundry business unit, Samsung wants to be a "no. 2" in chip manufacturing.

Concerned about connected car privacy? Bluetooth sensors used to track traffic
Bluetooth signals from cars provide an accurate record of real-time traffic patterns.

Elon Musk’s Mars rocket may be about to lose half of its engines
Downscaling the Mars booster suggests that Musk may be bending toward reality.

Hour of Devastation review: The evil elder dragon god-pharaoh has arrived. RIP.
Plus, a look at the major changes coming to future Magic: the Gathering sets.

Season 2 of Stranger Things looks even creepier and more intense
The Upside Down is back, and it looks like it's about to eat the world.

First glimpse of Steven Spielberg’s new movie, Ready Player One
This trailer introduces us to a VR dystopia, and has the greatest soundtrack ever.

New book explores how protesters—and governments—use Internet tactics
The protest frontiers are changing. An entrenched researcher explains why they work.

Maybe The Americans is quietly a technophile love letter to the 1980s
Joel Fields and Joe Weisberg talk handheld football, spy tech, mail robot, and more.

Dockless bike sharing lands in Seattle—and leads us down unsavory alleyways
Now in Seattle: two services, 1,000 bikes, and a shoulder shrug at helmet laws.




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