Google has always been light-years ahead of its time, thanks to its unconventional co-founders. They're shaking things up, again.
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One-time opponent to Apple's iPad newsstand will make 20 of its magazine titles available for subscription through the App Store.
The agreement will make all of the publisher's iPad editions available to print edition subscribers at no additional charge.
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.
New Flipboard editorial director and Time Inc. vet Josh Quittner discusses how the popular social-magazine app for the iPad is upending the media landscape, shares his thoughts on his new role, and hints at when the iPhone version of Flipboard will arrive.
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.
Must be an entry-level LCD, right? Wrong: This I-Inc monitor features 1080p resolution, an HDMI input, built-in speakers, and a 2ms response time. And it's new--not a refurb.
Offers to purchase magazine were turned down by Time Inc., according to news story. October issue will be the last.