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iFlow Reader developer rages at Apple (Q&A)

CNET speaks with Dennis Morin, BeamItDown Software's co-founder, who has harsh words for Apple as his company feels forced to shut down its iFlow Reader app.

By May 12, 2011


As iFlow Reader app closes, harsh words for Apple

In announcing that it's shuttering its iFlow Reader app for iOS, BeamItDown Software has unusually sharp criticism for Apple. The closing may also spell doom for Kindle and Nook on iOS unless Apple is willing to negotiate.

By May 11, 2011


Hyundai i-Flow hybrid concept

A car that dares to dream outlandish, even in the face of a pretty stern time in the car biz.

March 5, 2010


Kobo closes iOS sales, makes new brick-and-mortar deal

It's been a big day for ebook and e-reader seller Kobo, which has announced the closure of ebook sales via iOS apps, as well as a new partnership with bookseller Collins.

By July 24, 2011


Borders shelves store feature in iOS e-reader app

The first of the big e-reader apps has conformed to Apple's new policy, the enforcement of which was supposed to begin a week ago.

By July 8, 2011


What Apple's latest rules change means for Kindle, Nook, and Kobo e-reader apps

Apple's recent tweak to its in-app subscription rules has big implications for e-reader apps. What's it all mean?

By June 9, 2011


Buzz Out Loud 1468: Bad Facebook! No biscuit for you! (Podcast)

Facebook gets busted for actually hiring a PR agency to try to plant anti-Google stories in the press. Wow. What are you guys, like 14? Oh, wait. Kind of, yeah. In other rant bait, an FCC commissioner who blocked any conditions regulating the NBC/Comcast merger got a lobbying gig at Comcast! How ... sleazy. Plus, the sad story of the other Mark Zuckerberg, and I finally finish my Keynote presentation about my spring break to Alaska. --Molly

By May 12, 2011


Fujitsu to take on software giants

The Japanese industrial heavyweight, best known for hardware from disk drives to mainframes, is moving into the e-business software terrain dominated by Microsoft, Oracle and others.

June 12, 2001