What are the mobile and cloud-based apps that the average journalist will use on a regular or even day-to-day basis this year? Here ar eight choices that either launched or received significant upgrades in 2010.
Yesterday saw the launch in New York of The Daily, a newspaper designed exclusively for the iPad and other tablet computers. Rupert Murdoch's has made an initial investment of $30m in the project, in what is billed as an attempt to revolutionise journalism. Below are highlights of press reaction.
The iPhone is a powerful tool that can elevate journalism beyond just reading stories, but also interacting with them in new and different ways. The following applications demonstrate that the possibilities for what can be done with the technology are limitless.
In my day job I’m a freelance journalist. I need access to information while I’m on the move and I need tools to turn newsgathering into stories. The publications I work for rarely need photographs, video or audio, so this list is mainly restricted to my personal reporter’s toolkit.
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