What Hi-Fi RSS feeds
What is RSS?
In under 10 words, a quicker way of reading than clicking around the web. Subscribe to an RSS feed, and you get your favourite site without the gloop of graphics and ads - just words, and sometimes pictures. If you're a speed-reading info addict, it's the only way to go.
How do I start using RSS feeds?
Click on one of the little orange doo-dads below. If you're using Firefox, Safari or Internet Explorer 7, a prompt will pop up asking if you want to subscribe to that feed. You just say yes. And before you know it, you're getting fast and dirty updates from the best technology source in the whole damn world. Easy life.
How do I get a news reader?
You need to decide what you're after - there are on- and offline newsreaders, and there's a large choice, whether you're a Machead or a PC lover. Simply click on one of the links below to choose a reader.
Using whathifi.com RSS feeds on your own site
If you host your own website, you can use our RSS feed to display the latest headlines from whathifi.com on your site.
You are welcome to do this, subject to our terms and conditions. We do require that our recognised format and attribution be shown when our content is displayed. The attribution text should read "whathifi.com" or "from whathifi.com". Any other whathifi.com trademark cannot be used without permission.
We reserve the right to stop the display of whathifi.com content. Please read our full Terms and Conditions on this website for more information.
whathifi.com does not accept any liability for use of its RSS feeds. Please see the Terms and Conditions for full details.
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