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Comixology's Comics app for iOS just got a new update with support for a fit-to-width reading mode and a new two-page display.
On Tuesday, at the opening of a new exhibition at the Time Warner Medialab in New York, DC Entertainment's President, Diane Nelson, and Co-Publisher, Jim Lee announced a new storytelling technology that would soon start appearing in DC's digital comics line.
ABC is updating its iOS app this week to support live streaming of shows, including programming from local stations, but the service comes at a price.
Creator Brian K. Vaughan said earlier this week that the latest issue of his comic Saga would not be available via Comixology, due to some explicit images--but the same issue is available via Apple's iBookstore.
Akamai Technologies demonstrated a prototype second-screen system that presents complementary content on a smartphone or tablet that is synchronized with what's happening on the main television screen.
New firmware and mobile app upgrades let you transfer video and photos from a smartphone to a USB drive connected to the Slingbox 500 for HDTV playback.
The network already offer on-demand access, but adding live streaming of shows in progress adds a new dimension to the mix.
With Saturday's release of the new Marvel Unlimited iOS app (an Android app is forthcoming), Marvel's subscription comic service has a new name and a home on mobile devices at last. Jason Snell goes hands-on.
HBO Go scored a significant update Tuesday: The app can now send video to an Apple TV.
Make objects move, predict the future, and identify which card your friend picked, with this set of apps from exhibitor Rostami Magic.
The content distribution market is getting increasingly competitive, as vendors expand the number of devices that can access movies, books and music, and Amazon wants a piece.
Smule, well-known for its slew of audio-tweaking apps, on Thursday unveiled its latest offering: the video social network Strum.
You’ll laugh! You’ll cry! You’ll commit untold violence! This week’s roundup of iOS apps offers users the full range of human emotions.