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newsgroup

Informatics A USENET discussion group. See USENET. Cf Listserve.

newsgroup

(nooz′groop″, nūz′)
An Internet-based support group that shares information about a particular topic, e.g., advances in the management of a disease (including diagnosis, treatment, or prognosis) or developments in prosthesis.
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About APUS Newsfeed -- Recognizing the demand for news at a moment's notice, APUS Launcher enables users to swipe open an additional page on their home screen to open up a real-time feed of local news.
Reuters -- Facebook Inc took a first step on Tuesday toward selling video ads that play automatically in newsfeeds, moving cautiously to unlock a source of revenue that could annoy users.
When users "like" something, it is then shown on their friends' newsfeeds.
The addition of these ads is significant, as they appear in the newsfeed on computers, mobile devices and tablets.
Facebook users are not sure what to expect, when speaking to them it seems each and everyone of them has their own take on what the new newsfeed might possible offer.
Various reports suggested that the company has been testing various mobile Facebook newsfeed app to improve the mobile version.
When companies buy a "premium" ad, they are paying for their message to show up in a several places on Facebook, including on the righthand side of a user's homepage, when people log out and, potentially, in the newsfeed.
Figure 2 shows the actual XML data received from the newsfeed provider.
The newsfeed is intended to improve and simplify the company's communications with its customers and with the media.
Free access to Web version and basic e-mail newsletter; $28 per year premium e-mail newsletter; $25-$150 syndicated newsfeed, depending on package (Douglas McLennan, e-mail message to Tracey Rudnick, 30 August 2004).
Agents can sign up for the daily newsfeed at no charge upon registration.
He said fellow employees at Hammond Communications Group and others working on the Breeders' Cup Newsfeed had shares of the ticket, but not his brother.