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Over half the Linux Format editorial team has resigned from that long-standing organ with the vision of creating a new crowd-founded publication titled Linux Voice with half the profits going back to open source projects.

Published in The Linux Distillery
Monday, 30 May 2011 13:35

Fairfax Smage's iPad apps - wOOt or meh?

Fairfax Media is not re-making its publications for fax machines (which came about in the late 1800s), but instead THE digital device  of the 21st century thus far: the Apple iPad (and soon, other tablets).

Published in Entertainment
Wednesday, 07 October 2009 10:54

Kindle e-book goes international

Amazon is expanding the availability of its Kindle e-book device to more than 100 countries, including Australia. Hundreds of thousands of titles are offered, mostly at prices below the print editions.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 15 September 2009 13:59

Has Google gone flipping mad?

With the launch of Fast Flip, Google says it is bringing a new reading experience to users of Google News. We say it's not new, it certainly ain't pretty and it's just a little bit bonkers.
Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 10 December 2008 06:24

Google brings famous magazine archives to the web

Google Book Search is well known, and earlier this year newspaper archives were added to the mix. Now it's the turn of the magazine industry to make its old content readily searchable and accessible.

Published in Home Tech
Thursday, 20 November 2008 16:22

PC Magazine is dead, long live PC Magazine!

PC Magazine is something of an institution in the US, as well it should be with a history stretching back 27 years in print. Now that is all coming to an end as the Editor-in-Chief announces the last edition of the printed magazine.

Published in Market
Just a couple of weeks ago Linux New Media acquired the subscriber base of Linux Magazine in the USA. With the paper magazine no more, and just an online presence left, does this mean that print is dead?

Published in Networking




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