Rupert Murdoch's company is buying the e-reader software platform, but the device itself will remain with Hearst--reportedly until a buyer is found for that too.
The media empire hires George Kliavkoff--the NBC exec who helped create the popular video site--as it plans its future in the digital age.
Company behind about 16 daily and 49 weekly newspapers, as well as hundreds of magazines, says it's going to launch its own e-reader and start charging for some online content.
The two companies have confirmed that the publishing powerhouse has acquired the social shopping start-up, but no financial terms have been disclosed.
The upcoming Amazon tablet will support digital versions of magazines from Hearst, Conde Nast, and Meredith, a new report claims.
Hearst, Time Inc., and Conde Nast, with help from Samsung's Galaxy 10.1 tablet, have rolled out an upgrade of Next Issue, a digital newsstand designed for tablet computers.
The company behind the popular TV set-top box is thinking about an initial public offering, Bloomberg reports.
Time Inc. executives "have been going nuts" trying to figure out how to get Apple to approve a subscription plan for digital editions of its magazines, sources say.
Here's the BMW 650i Coupe that CNET reporter Daniel Terdiman is driving on Road Trip 2012. But what's it parked in front of? If you know, you could win a prize in the Picture of the Day contest.
The all-you-can-eat magazine-reading app and service Next Issue is now on the iPad. It's really worth a read.