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The latest version of the mobile news aggregator lets you sync up your personalized feeds across multiple devices.
Deferred reading app Read It Later has renamed itself Pocket, shed its price tag, and added a variety of new features.
Adobe has announced that its DPS publishing tool will be able to produce content at the 2048 by 1536 pixel resolution of the new iPad soon.
A year after its first attempt was rejected by Apple, Readability on Thursday finally arrived in the App Store.
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Zite on Friday announced the availability of its newsreading app on the iPhone, wrapping up an exceptionally busy week that saw Flipboard and Google also announce new offerings.
Google has released a free mobile app that pulls content from different websites into one place and lets people build what looks a bit like their own personalized online magazine -- much like a number of other iOS apps led by Flipboard.
In a turnaround for the publisher, Rolling Stone should arrive on your iPad sometime next year.
Using the iPad's accelerometer, users can control the field of view in Condition One -- a new app for viewing photojournalistic content from conflict zones.
Yahoo Wednesday launched several applications for the iPad, including Livestand, a "digital newsstand" it announced in February that was supposed to ship in the...
A large majority of tablet computer users still want to read news content for free, according to the results of a Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence...
The universal Instapaper app sports a new look, along with new reading and browsing features.
The Financial Times's iOS apps have been removed from the App Store for not complying with Apple's subscription terms, but the company is still providing mobile access via its own Web app.
CNN on Tuesday announced that it had acquired Zite, the popular personalized news app for iPad.
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