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Newsweek to become all-digital in 2013, renamed Newsweek Global

Newsweek to become all-digital in 2013, renamed Newsweek Global

By 18 October 2012

Newsweek is retiring its print edition after 80 years and investing all its energies into an all-digital format. The announcement came in a joint statement published on The Daily Beast website from Tina Brown, editor-in-chief of The Daily Beast and Newsweek,... >>

Hello! magazine features 3D Augmented Reality Gary Barlow front cover

Hello! magazine features 3D Augmented Reality Gary Barlow front cover

By 28 May 2012

Take That star and X Factor judge Gary Barlow can now be seen as a 3D augmented-reality figurine by pointing a mobile device at a special-edition Jubilee issue of Hello! magazine.  The Hello! 3D app is free to download from the Apple App Store and Google... >>

Harrods goes virtual with iPad magazine app

Harrods goes virtual with iPad magazine app

By 2 April 2012

Harrods has launched an iPad version of its magazine available through iTunes. Offering subscribers an interactive experience, the Harrods Magazine app will be updated monthly and will include videos, interviews with the cream of the crop designers, access... >>

Aside HTML5 magazine: The future of publishing?

Aside HTML5 magazine: The future of publishing?

By 13 May 2011

Yes, it's in German. And yes, the scrolling isn't nearly as smooth in real life as it is on the demo video - but that doesn't mean that Aside magazine isn't a big deal. Well, it's not really Aside - "world's first magazine only made with HTML5" - that's... >>

Branson's iPad Project hits the App Store

Branson's iPad Project hits the App Store

By 30 November 2010

Richard Branson's attempt at capitalising on the massive popularity of the iPad, and its potential to re-invent the magazine genre, kicks off with the launch of the Virgin produced Project into the App Store. Available for free, the app provides links... >>

VIDEO: Augmented reality magazine debuts on t-shirt

VIDEO: Augmented reality magazine debuts on t-shirt

By 21 January 2010

A Swedish magazine called T-post has just launched, and is calling itself the "first wearable magazine". Why? Because it's in the form of a t-shirt. Every 6 weeks, subscribers get a t-shirt in the post. The news story - one per issue - is on the inside,... >>

VIDEO: Mag+ digital magazine concept

VIDEO: Mag+ digital magazine concept

By 17 December 2009

A London design agency called BERG has reimagined how magazines could look in the future with a concept video of a product that it's calling Mag+. The concept has been produced in conjunction with Bonnier's R&D division, the magazine publishers behind... >>

US publishing giants join forces for digital standards

US publishing giants join forces for digital standards

By 9 December 2009

In the States, five big publishing companies have announced they are to team-up on a venture that will see open standards created for the new era of digital publishing on portable digital devices, such as the as-yet unconfirmed Apple iTablet that's got... >>

VIDEO: "Coming soon" Sports Illustrated tablet concept demoed

VIDEO: "Coming soon" Sports Illustrated tablet concept demoed

By 3 December 2009

Hot on the heels of the Conde Nast "Wired" demo, Time Inc's "Sports Illustrated" has made a stab at a concept of what the mag might look like on a tablet device. Thought to be in anticipation of Apple releasing a multimedia tablet later next year, the... >>

Free Sport magazine for Londoners

By 29 September 2006

Another competitor enters the fray today to battle it out with the other freebies you collect on the way to work in London. But this time it's sport and it's a magazine. Sport presents a range of timely sporting coverage and in the first issue we get... >>