A new iPad app called Zite is the latest entrant in the race to build the “Daily Me,” a personalized newspaper that learns what you like. No one has really won this race yet, although Flipboard appears to be leading — and where is Google?
Yahoo unveiled a new personalized digital newstand app called Livestand that will serve as a showcase for magazine content on tablets but will eventually drive the overall Yahoo experience across all devices. Livestand represents Yahoo’s drive to become more mobile and personal.
The good news first: Flipboard, the popular iPad app that lets users aggregate its social media and news feeds into one unified, magazine-li…
When Flipboard first arrived on the scene, it was essentially just a browser for Twitter and Facebook. But now the company has introduced support for Google Reader feeds, Flickr photos and other real-time media streams, as it tries to become a one-stop iPad portal for content.
Flipboard launched in July to rave reviews and intense interest in an iPad app that made Twitter and Facebook look downright glossy. But unt…
Mike McCue, the founder of Palo Alto, Calif.-based mobile media company, Flipboard, seems to have figured out a business model for his 20-person company. It revolves around a new kind of ad network, embracing RSS and betting that HTML5 is going to define its future.
Flipboard, a new content-browsing app for the iPad, raises many of the same thorny copyright issues that Google has been dealing with for years on Google News and Google Books. Is it a value-added service that content publishers should be thankful for, or a copyright-infringing parasite?
Flipboard, the new iPad application that formats personal news streams into readable pages, was a hot ticket this week. Quite a bit hotter, it turns out, than anticipated and prepared for. Since launching late Tuesday, the customizable part of Flipboard has been largely non-functional.
Remember how the iPad was supposed to herald a new era of media consumption? Well, that day is finally here — or at least a glimpse of it, with the new iPad application Flipboard, built by a new company of the same name.
Predictably, the tech world is abuzz with talk of Flipboard today.
The new free iPad app is pitching itself, perhaps hyperbolically, as “th…