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Sure, Google (GOOG) News and Yahoo! (YHOO) offer good aggregation of news from around the world. But startup Daylife combines news with photos and video from "high quality" information sources and delivers it in a format that more closely resembles a magazine than a Web site. Calling itself an "urban newsstand," it aims to make money by licensing its technology to publishers such as The Washington Post.
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