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Newsweekly U.S. News & World Report on Thursday unveiled a new iPad app.
Macworld has released Macworld Daily Reader 1.1, an updated iPad app that adds breaking-news alerts, improved readability performance, and more. It's available now for free on the App Store.
The student winners of the Apple Design Awards hope to turn their school projects into early success.
NetNewsWire developer Brent Simmons announced on Friday that he has sold the venerable news-reading client to developers Black Pixel, lock, stock, and source code.
The San Francisco Chronicle has released an iPad app that brings the full content of its daily newspaper, and more, to current subscribers, and offers subscriptions right inside the app.
Telegraph Media Group has relaunched its iPad app, offering access to the British newspaper for $2 an issue or $17 for a monthly subscription.
Print subscribers to Sports Illustrated, Time, and Fortune can now access those magazines' content for free in their respective iPad apps, thanks to an apparent Apple policy change.
Game journalist Geoff Keighley gives players deep access into the development of the most highly anticipated puzzle adventure games in gaming history.
The New York Times says its digital subscription plan, which limits how much free content readers can consume on its site, has netted more than 100,000 subscribers since it went into effect March 28.
The New York Times on Thursday launched News.me, one day after Washington Post's new Trove service. Both offer users news and headlines based on their social media preferences, but they do it in slightly different ways.
Taptu has updated its personalized news reader app to run on the iPad as well as the iPhone and iPod touch. The latest version adds a number of iPad-specific features while retaining the ability to create customized news streams introduced in an earlier update.
The weekly publication focused on all things business is now available as a multimedia iPad magazine, complete with exclusive video interviews, a customizable back-issue archive, and a subscription plan that's cheaper than the print edition.
Microsoft has brought its "decision engine" and its many integrated features to the iPad. You can now search the Web, movie listings, and your local area using Microsoft's services, as well as view the latest news and trending topics in magazine-inspired layouts.
Smart comedy about the news is now available in tablet form, as The Onion has unveiled its iPad app.
A major upgrade to The New York Times's official iPhone app brings access to almost all of the Website's content sections, including videos and photo slideshows. This upgrade also arrives on the eve of the news organization's controversial new digital subscription plans.