The company behind the popular TV set-top box is thinking about an initial public offering, Bloomberg reports.
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 all-you-can-eat magazine-reading app and service Next Issue is now on the iPad. It's really worth a read.
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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 Web music service gets off to a fast start on the stock exchange, with shares first surging above the IPO price of $16, followed by a midday nose dive.
One major publication has changed directions, putting its resources into a tablet-focused version of its site instead of developing a native application.
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.