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Topic # 66764 23-Aug-2010 13:56
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Does anyone know whether it is possible to change the feed for the news headlines on the Daily Briefing from the default AP Mobile to something else? Have googled this and didn't come up with anything so I am guessing it's not possible.

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  Reply # 371795 23-Aug-2010 20:09
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I had the same issue. Couldn't locate a solution so got rid of the Daily Briefing...

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  Reply # 371889 23-Aug-2010 23:00
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I had an issue with the stocks part. I wanted to show thai baht but unfortunately it only shows thai baht rate in usd not nz dollars

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  Reply # 371907 24-Aug-2010 00:36
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I too found Daily Briefing thoroughly hopeless, great idea, poor execution.

As an alternative I can thoroughly recommend NewsRoom as an RSS reader.

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