Mobile Publishing News & Analysis
| Friday Jun 7, 2013
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| Monday Dec 17, 2012
A new survey of publishers finds that, while Apple apps still dominate the market for mobile devices, apps for Amazon’s Kindle and Barnes & Nobel’s Nook are growing rapidly this year. The percentage of publishers releasing Kindle apps ballooned from 24 to 67 percent of respondents between 2011 and 2012 and, for Nook apps, from 14 to 57 percent.
| Wednesday Mar 14, 2012
The promise of a March delivery from Magnolia was kept this week as the Miami based company announced the latest release of the web content management system Magnolia CMS 4.5, bringing us a little further down the highway to the full v.5.0 upgrade.
| Friday Feb 25, 2011
The American Society of Magazine Editors has announced the 2011 finalists for The National Magazine Awards for Digital Media. The Ellies, as they are known because of the Alexander Calder stabile "Elephant" given to winners, award excellence in categories such as design, the mobile edition, the multimedia package, podcasting and online department in digital media.
| Monday Mar 22, 2010
Last year, Mobifusion, a leading mobile value-added services provider and partner for media and publishing companies, released its Mobiviewer 2.5 multimedia platform. This month, the company has announced the imminent release of its new MOBIeReader.
| Wednesday Mar 17, 2010
Web content managers now have a wealth of mobile web cms functionality available through WebKit, a layout engine designed to allow web browsers to render web pages. WebKit takes the content of a web page, and lays it out according to how a web page’s source code specifies.