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On Thursday, Bloomberg TV released its new Bloomberg TV+ app, providing a 24-hour live broadcast of its television programming, and more.
Digital comics look gorgeous on the iPad--and, as a result of several announcements made at New York Comic Con this weekend, now you can get even more of them on the same day as their printed counterparts.
GetGlue's latest update will allow users to easily filter through the chatter to find the most interesting comments about their favorite shows as well as compete with their friends to see who has really seen the most episodes of Wheel of Fortune.
Comics publisher IDW is trying something different: The company has released its first foray into the iBookstore, rolling out 20 graphic novels using the new fixed-layout ePub format, in an attempt to target new readers and book-lovers.
With pennant races in full swing and the postseason approaching, Major League Baseball has spruced up its iPhone app with improved in-game graphics, more in-app multimedia, and expanded social networking options.
If you can't beat the rules, go around 'em. That seems to be the idea behind Amazon's new web-based Kindle Cloud Reader, a transparent attempt to give iPad readers direct access to both their Kindle books and the Amazon bookstore without cutting Apple a 30-percent slice of the pie.
Though the widely reported June 30 deadline for developers to comply with Apple's in-app content rules has passed, Macworld has learned that the company does intend to enforce the new policy and remove violating apps from the App Store.
Cinephiles and lovers of air-conditioned theaters alike will appreciate MoviePass, a new service that aims to bring a smartphone-controlled, all-you-can-watch option to movie-going.
For the first time, Disney's extensive collection of comics is digitally available in one place--on the newly launched Disney Comics app for iOS devices.
Fetch Softworks’s new Roadshow app for the iPad allows you to save web videos from most online video providers -- with the notable exception of YouTube -- for viewing later, even when the device is offline.
Wacom, creator of the Bamboo Stylus, has introduced Bamboo Paper, its first app for the iPad.
Griffin has released its Bluetooth-powered Beacon, which turns your iOS device into a universal remote control.
Mobile movie- and music-makers can add a few new tools to their toolbelts: On Wednesday, Apple released updates for GarageBand for iPad and iMovie for iOS. GarageBand gets new import options, while iMovie receives some performance fixes; both apps add AirPlay and HDMI support.