Swedish firm Readly, which offers access to thousands of magazines through a digital app, has launched in Australia and New Zealand, and will offer subscriptions for $14.99 per month.
Apple's long-awaited video streaming service is expected to debut on 25 March, which will be 26 March for Australians, but the event should be about much more than movies and TV.
Social media is deeply distrusted by Australians, with Facebook by far the most distrusted media brand, according to a national survey by Roy Morgan Research.
App users typically spend more time in games than any other type of app, - up to 10 times more depending on the category of apps – according to data released by mobile analytics platform, adjust.
An Australian beauty website notes while 66% of Aussie women think it’s wrong for magazines to edit images, 57% regularly edit themselves to look better online.
It seems the idea of working with selected startups has delivered Mondelēz the marketing and cultural benefits it hoped for.
Brisbane-based publisher, Inflight Publishing, has teamed up with digital publishing startup, Liquid State, in a deal which the two companies say will give airline passengers a new kind of inflight entertainment with a fleet of custom-made tablets.
According to Roy Morgan Research, being a heavy internet user doesn't mean you've forsaken traditional media.
HP has been pushing its ePrint vision of connected printers for a year or so, and that includes content delivery. So far, that's mainly involved online publishers, but now leading US magazine publisher CondÃ© Nast is joining the party.
Looking for a way to easily publish content for iPads? iBuildApp thinks it has the answer.
Publishers have been waiting for the ability to sell subscriptions to their wares on the iPad and iPhone. Now it's here.
Telstra has published the first edition of Smarter Business Ideas, its quarterly magazine for SMEs published in conjunction with ACP Magazines and with a print run double that of all other Australian business titles combined.
Oh God, here we go again, righteous types trying to tell free-thinking, law-abiding people what to do with their lives, are now on a campaign to ban porn magazines and lads mags from the newsagents, petrol stations and shops they've been in for years to 'save the children'.
Just as the iPhone and iPod Touch monetised a vast array of apps and games which were being given away free on the regular Internet, so too is the iPad set to give content publishers a way to charge for subscriptions with the Wall Street Journal reporting that it plans to charge US $17.99 per month for iPad subscribers.
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