In one well-known novel, Atlas famously shrugged, and the world tilted off its axis, but in WP Engine's world, Atlas is the headless future of Wordpress, delivering "exponentially faster dynamic sites" that shrug off slowness forever.
Promising to instantly smooth out audio and the cursor path in the new Camtasia 2019 release amongst a host of other features, the ability to share your expertise visually through screen capture and video creation is even easier.
$27 billion sounds huge, and it is, but it’s almost 10% of the total digital advertising market, so while hundreds of billions remain, publishers will get squeezed!
Popular web content creation tool that makes documents intelligent and beautiful, Qwilr want to qwirl you round the room with a stack of new business features.
The latest data from the ABS gives us an industry snapshot that is already 12 months old, but it confirms what we all suspect – print is in decline and telcos are booming.
Mobile video continues to gain importance for publishers as smartphone and tablet consumption grows and is becoming ‘mandatory’ for any company in the video business, according to a global market study.
Publishing giant News Corp has seen positive results from its adoption of company-wide data management and analytics.
Evan Williams and Biz Stone, co-founders of Twitter, have launched their latest venture - a new Web publishing platform called Medium. The pair are also backers of social media startup Branch, which went into public beta this week.
Local online IT news site ZDNet Australia has shut down, along with other local versions of ZDNet.com around the world. Today, all subscribers to newsletters and other services from subsidiary sites, including zdnet.com.au, received an email informing them that the local sites will be absorbed by the parent dotcom site and the local URL now resolves to zdnet.com.
Amazon has launched an in-app purchasing service for developers and publishers using the Android platform.
Legal concerns about arrangements between Apple and book publishers have spread across the Atlantic.
After seven excellent years of keeping our audience of ICT industry stakeholders and users informed about the latest news and developments in the technology markets that affect their professional and personal lives, iTWire is pleased to announce the launch of its brand new look site.
Apple's education announcement featured a new version of the iBooks app to handle the company's new electronic textbook format, along with free software for creating those interactive textbooks.
COMMENT: Since his death, the life, myths and reality of Steve Jobs all too short a time with us have bombarded the airwaves and cyberspace, generating a growth industry that's sprung up around the late co-founder of Apple. It's hard not to think much of the activity is about cashing-in on the death of Jobs, not unlike the latest book offering launched today.
The federal government is considering a range of recommendations aimed at addressing the adverse effects on the traditional, bricks-and-mortar book industry from the online book industry and the growing popularity of e-books.
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.
Adobe says its Digital Publishing Suite is being used by leading publishers who have delivered Newsstand-enabled iOS apps.
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