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We are pleased to make the content from SpeechtechMag.com and Speech Technology magazine available via RSS to provide our readers with another way to keep up to date on the speech technology information they need. Stream our feeds to your Web site or desktop aggregator for an automatically updated list of our latest stories or those you select based on popularity, subject matter, or other criteria. You may customize your RSS feeds as outlined below.

How To Use the Feeds
Clicking on the links below will give you the raw XML feeds for our content. XML/RSS Feed viewing and subscription features are incorporated in current versions of most Web browsers; or you may use an XML aggregator tool, like Rocket RSS Reader or Newz Crawler. RSS readers vary, so if these aren't right for you, check out this list of RSS news readers from the Open Directory Project (dmoz.org).


RSSLatest News from SpeechTechMag.com
URL: http://www.speechtechmag.com/rss/default.aspx?criteria=context&ContextID=67
Customize: append &days=nn (number of days worth of news articles - default is 7)
e.g., http://www.speechtechmag.com/rss/default.aspx?criteria=context&ContextID=67&days=21

RSSMost Popular Recent Articles
URL: http://www.speechtechmag.com/rss/default.aspx?Criteria=popularity&days=10&rows=10
Customize: days=nn (number of days)   rows=nn (number of articles)

RSSPersonalized Feed — Use Your Own Search Terms
URL: http://www.speechtechmag.com/rss/default.aspx?Criteria=search&query=tagging
Customize: query=terms (your own search terms, e.g. query=digital speech)

Customize your RSS feed based on a specific Technology/Service or Vertical Market:

Terms of Use
These feeds are free and available to the public; however, we ask that if you display our content on a Web site that you source it back to us with a link (www.speechtechmag.com) and/or SpeechTech logo [download logo]. We reserve the right to request that a site remove a feed if we feel it is being used inappropriately.

If you have any questions about these feeds, please contact speechtechmag.com's webmaster.