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Why Apple’s virtual Newsstand is driving a surge in magazine, newspaper iPad app subscriptions | Poynter.

Why Apple’s virtual Newsstand is driving a surge in magazine, newspaper iPad app subscriptions | Poynter. | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it

A couple weeks ago I predicted that Apple’s virtual Newsstand for iPads and iPhones would provide “a little more convenience for the user, and a little more discoverability for the publisher — but nothing here is a game-changer.”

I stand by the first part of that diagnosis, but it’s now clear there is something game-changing about Newsstand. Since Apple launched it last week in the latest version of its iOS operating system, its impact has been immediate and significant.

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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak denies criticizing the new iPads

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak denies criticizing the new iPads | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak may have a history of criticizing the company he helped to create, but he has come out to clarify that he "never criticized the new iPads," ...
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Is This What the Next Amazon Kindle Looks Like? [Kindle]

Is This What the Next Amazon Kindle Looks Like? [Kindle] | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it

Amazon is widely expected to introduce new Kindles at its event next week and it looks like we might be getting a sneak peek at the goods early. Here's an image that supposedly shows a new Kindle Touch with Paperwhite. Yep, it looks like the Kindle is finally getting a front-lit display a la the Nook Simple Touch with Glowlight.

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Review: Google Nexus 7 tablet - is it ready to do business? - ComputerWeekly.com (blog)

Review: Google Nexus 7 tablet - is it ready to do business? - ComputerWeekly.com (blog) | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it

Google's own-brand Nexus 7 tablet, which is manufactured by Asus, retails with a competitive price point, houses impressive hardware and ships with the latest version of Android - 4.1.1 Jelly Bean - making it an affordable yet capable budget tablet. To compete in the enterprise, however, it will need to address several key issues that reduce its suitability for the workplace.

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Microsoft Dives Head-First Into Mobile Hardware With Two 10.6-Inch Tablets

Microsoft Dives Head-First Into Mobile Hardware With Two 10.6-Inch Tablets | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it

Forget about operating systems. Forget about mice, keyboards and snoozy computer accessories. Microsoft is now a full-fledged, no-excuses mobile computing manufacturer. On Monday a team of excited executives showed off Microsoft Surface — a pair of Windows tablets accompanied by clever keyboard covers that aspire to true innovation in the mobile space.

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How to See Google+ in iPad.

How to See Google+ in iPad. | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it

Like Facebook and Twitter, Google+ is also late in releasing apps for tablets. This has left a lot of tablet users disappointed, especially the more popular iPad users.

Although the iPhone version works with iPad, it is not optimized for iPad screen resolution and hence lacks visual appeal and usability.

Here is an alternative app called G-Pad which brings Google+ on iPad.

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A new record high of 1.2 billion apps were downloaded in last week of 2011

A new record high of 1.2 billion apps were downloaded in last week of 2011 | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it

The last week of 2011 saw a massive jump in apps downloaded and devices activated as those receiving gifts jumped right in and started using them, downloading a combined 1.2 billion iOS and Android apps, reports Flurry. The bump was significant, as the previous weekly high was 857M downloads.

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13 tablets you have never heard of

13 tablets you have never heard of | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it

You know the iPad. And the Kindle Fire. And Barnes & Noble's Nook. But there are plenty of other devices vying for a piece -- however tiny -- of the $29 billion tablet market.

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Google Search app for iPad

The Google Search app for iPad gets a big redesign! With rich interactions and a new, more visual look, it's now simpler to find exactly what you need. Take a look.

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Nokia will make a Windows 8 tablet

Nokia will make a Windows 8 tablet | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it

The new relationship between Nokia and Microsoft looks like it will extend beyond Windows Phone.

Confirming growing speculation that Nokia would move into the tablet territory, the head of Nokia in France has confirmed the company is working on a Windows 8-powered tablet.

Windows 8 will be unlike any previous version of Microsoft's operating system because it will have a dedicated focus on tablets that will be separate from the standard PC version.

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MobiUs Accelerates Mobile HTML5 Development, Aims to Kill Mobile Flash

MobiUs Accelerates Mobile HTML5 Development, Aims to Kill Mobile Flash | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it

HTML5 development company appMobi has is releasing a new browser today called MobiUs that will give mobile Web apps the same type of functionality that now is currently only enjoyed by native apps for platforms like iOS and Android. AppMobi thinks of MobiUs as the replacement for Flash in mobile - it renders mobile websites like a Flash extension would and gives developers device access in ways previously unavailable to in HTML5.

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Wikimedia Doubles Down On Mobile With Wikipedia Zero, Carrier Appeals

After years of employing an ad-hoc community-driven approach to mobile, one of the world’s biggest Web sites is going mobile in a much more organized way. Wikimedia Foundation is currently pitching deals involving a new mobile version of its ubiquitous Wikipedia site that it hopes wireless carriers will offer to users for free as it starts to take a more strategic approach to the mobile era.

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TechCrunch | Bret Taylor: “A Few Years From Now, Most Every Single Person At Facebook Is Going To Be Working On Mobile”

TechCrunch | Bret Taylor: “A Few Years From Now, Most Every Single Person At Facebook Is Going To Be Working On Mobile” | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it

“A few years from now, most every single person at Facebook who works there is going to be working on mobile almost exclusively.” Mobile and social go hand in hand. Facebook wants to create a seamless experience across the desktop and mobile, as well as between mobile devices.

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Facebook Launches HTML5 Resource Center, but Early Mobile App Platform Traffic Is Slow

Facebook Launches HTML5 Resource Center, but Early Mobile App Platform Traffic Is Slow | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it

Last week, the Facebook finally opened up viral channels to both iOS and HTML5 mobile developers, which could make it much easier for apps to acquire users cheaply. To push its nascent mobile platform forward, Facebook launched several resources around HTML5 this week to help lure developers away from building purely native apps.

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The Great Tablet War Of 2012 - Business Insider

The Great Tablet War Of 2012 - Business Insider | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it

Make no mistake: There's a full-blown battle on for the future of computing.
Forget all the fragmentary skirmishes for your pocket, for your set-top, for your living room, and for your desk.
It's become increasingly clear that the tablet is the defining device of the next couple decades of computing, as the PC was in the '80s.


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More Women Than Men Use The Kindle Fire, And iPad Is Getting Highest Satisfaction Score: ComScore | TechCrunch

More Women Than Men Use The Kindle Fire, And iPad Is Getting Highest Satisfaction Score: ComScore | TechCrunch | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it

The tablet market is still relatively young, with penetration in the fast-forward U.S. market only reaching 47% by 2013, but we are already starting to see some usage patterns emerging, according to comScore.


In a survey of 6,000 tablet owners in the U.S., the researchers have found the Kindle Fire has more female than male users while iPad skews to males. It also found that Apple’s tablet has the highest satisfaction ratings of all tablets .

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W3i: App Marketing Costs On The Rise, Jump 56% On iOS, 70% On Android

W3i: App Marketing Costs On The Rise, Jump 56% On iOS, 70% On Android | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it

Today, W3i, the monetization and distribution network for app developers, released new user acquisition figures for the first half of 2012, and the results tell the same story and are worrying for developers. Assessing hundreds of millions of mobile users from January to June 2012, W3i found that the average cost-per-install (of CPI) of mobile apps increased by 70 percent on Android and by 56 percent on iOS.

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Mozilla Is Building A “Simple” iPad Browser Called Junior

Mozilla Is Building A “Simple” iPad Browser Called Junior | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it

Last week, Mozilla’s Product Design Strategy team quietly announced a few new projects including something called Junior, a Webkit browser for the iPad with no tabs or search bars. Instead, it uses simple gestures and a simplified UI to change the way we work with the web.

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Financial Times acquires London-based developer of its HTML5 web app

Financial Times acquires London-based developer of its HTML5 web app | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it

The Financial Times has acquired London-based application development firm Assanka, which built a nifty HTML5 web app – and other applications – for the publisher.

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U.S. tablet sales to soar as sharing of devices decreases

U.S. tablet sales to soar as sharing of devices decreases | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it

Tablets still tend to be early adopter devices, but they’re quickly becoming mainstream tools. By the end of 2014, one in every three Americans or 90 million users is expected to have a tablet, according to a new estimate by eMarketer.

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Google finally does something right on iOS with new Google Search iPad app

Google finally does something right on iOS with new Google Search iPad app | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it

The Google+ app for iPhone is designed fairly poorly, and the Gmail app is a complete disaster. Now it seems Google finally figured out how to develop a beautiful and functional iOS app. The company released Google Search for iPad today and it brings an incredible experience along with it.

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FT Web App registers one million users

FT Web App registers one million users | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it

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The Financial Times has registered another digital milestone with the FT Web App seeing over one million users since its launch in June.
Available on the iPhone and iPad by visiting app.ft.com directly from the device’s web browser, almost half of its users have downloaded a shortcut to their iPad or iPhone home screen, replicating a native app experience.

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Press: Newspapers See Uptick in Digital editions - Adweek

Press: Newspapers See Uptick in Digital editions  - Adweek | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it

While many of the country’s newspapers battle shrinking print circulations, subscriptions to their digital editions—and, in some cases, weekend editions—have actually been growing.

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iPad in Business - Profiles - The Benetton Group

iPad in Business - Profiles - The Benetton Group | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it

"When iPad came out, the company was quick to see the device's potential, and decided to adopt it immediately," says Aldo Chiaradia, Benetton's Chief Information Technology Officer. "The ease of use, the attention to detail — these are things you don't see in other devices. Today, our entire sales force and all of our C-level executives and managers use iPad."

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The Tablet Revolution | HOW PEOPLE USE TABLETS AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR THE FUTURE OF NEWS

The Tablet Revolution | HOW PEOPLE USE TABLETS AND WHAT IT MEANS FOR THE FUTURE OF NEWS | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it

Eighteen months after the introduction of the iPad, 11% of U.S. adults now own a tablet computer of some kind. About half (53%) get news on their tablet every day, and they read long articles as well as get headlines. But a majority says they would not be willing to pay for news content on these devices, according to the most detailed study to date of tablet users and how they interact with this new technology.

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Why Apple’s virtual Newsstand is driving a surge in magazine, newspaper iPad app subscriptions | Poynter.

Why Apple’s virtual Newsstand is driving a surge in magazine, newspaper iPad app subscriptions | Poynter. | Tablet Publishing | Scoop.it

A couple weeks ago I predicted that Apple’s virtual Newsstand for iPads and iPhones would provide “a little more convenience for the user, and a little more discoverability for the publisher — but nothing here is a game-changer.”

I stand by the first part of that diagnosis, but it’s now clear there is something game-changing about Newsstand. Since Apple launched it last week in the latest version of its iOS operating system, its impact has been immediate and significant.

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