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Topic: Tablets

Data Points: Mobile Election

Can your phone predict your vote?

With the rise of mobile devices to stay caught up on the news and candidates starting to use them for advertising and fundraising, it's no wonder people are calling this…

'Is Print Dead?' and Other Tough Topics from the MPA Conference

Google exec to mags: 'Don't try to become tech companies'

Today’s MPA conference in San Francisco kicked off with a discussion of the magazine industry’s least favorite topic: the death (inevitable or otherwise) of print media. It was a non-MPA…

Next Issue Media CEO Talks 'All-You-Can-Eat' Magazine App

70,000 subs to date for Netflix of magazines

Music lovers have Spotify Premium. TV addicts have Hulu Plus. And movie buffs have Netflix. But what about magazine readers? Next Issue Media—an e-reading venture created more than two years…

Pew and Economist Group Panel Shows Mobile Ads Grab Users' Attention

But consumers still don't want to pay for content

Earlier today, The Economist Group and the Pew Research Center's Project for Excellence in Journalism hosted a panel at Advertising Week titled Digital Disruption: The Future Of Media, moderated by…

Sneakpeeq's 1.1 Million Users Get iPad App

iPhone app in the works, says cofounder Henry Kim

When it comes to developing a shopping app, it’s usually better to launch for tablets first. Studies have shown how valuable tablet shoppers are compared to their smartphone-wielding counterparts. For…

Nomad Editions Calls it Quits

Mobile publisher shuts three remaining titles

Nearly three years after launching Nomad Editions, Mark Edmiston is all but calling it quits—providing yet another example of just how hard it is to start a mobile-only publication from…

Top 10 Commercials of the Week: Aug. 31- Sept. 7

These spots traveled to the future, hopped in a box and demonstrated proper condom use

This week, a tablet computer came to life, a douchey date on a boat got soaked, and a pup with a taste for car keys learned a lesson.  Many of the…

Top 10 Commercials of the Week: Aug. 24-31

These spots destroyed property, ran for beer and made muscle music

This week, a tablet computer became a child's playground, Eddie Money went from rock 'n' roll to bittersweet, and Jack Bauer executed some moves in the kitchen (presumably after saving…

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