Apple's new app promises a personalized experience as it takes on news readers from Google, Facebook and FlipBoard.
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At $400, Samsung's new small tablet serves as one of the best alternatives yet to the iPad Mini with Retina Display.
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The online retail giant makes a deal with the US Postal Service for Sunday deliveries, Moto X customization expands to all major US carriers, and Flipboard adds a catalog feature.
The new BlackBerry Z30 comes to Verizon for $199.99 bringing with it a big 5-inch screen, a high-capacity battery, and a fresh version of BB10.
More than just an RSS reader, Flipboard displays your social feeds and lets you create custom "magazines" of your favorite news stories.
Samsung and Flipboard team up to bring its signature magazine-style newsfeed to the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and new Note 10.1 tablet.
In an earlier slideshow, I gathered up the apps that would either already fit in with iOS 7's design scheme or had plans to make the switch. In this slideshow I have many big-name apps that have the new look.
Stepping square into the territory of popular Flipboard magazine app, Material uses your social media data to predict what you want to read.
Material is here, and like Flipboard it uses social data to predict your news-reading preferences. Here's a closer look.
The social magazine mobile app comes to the Web but without all of its parts.
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