What is RSS?
RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication and has quickly been adopted as a standard format for dynamically syndicating content to any user or Web site.
What is an RSS feed?
An RSS feed is an XML-based file which contains content items that link back to a particular Web site. By subscribing to a feed, you are automatically notified when new content is available. Typically, headlines are delivered to a news reader with links to the Web page for the full story.
Getting a news reader
Before subscribing to an RSS feed, you will first need a news reader* or aggregator - an application that enables you to view RSS content.
You can try RSS readers listed on CNET, Google, and many other websites. If you're a Mac user, consider NetNewsWire or the news reader built into Safari. If you use Mozilla Firefox, try Flock, Sage, or Wizz.
* News readers are third-party applications which are used to view RSS feeds. AMD is not responsible for the performance or availability of these applications.