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Atex Expands Offerings with Browser-Based CMS

Atex announced the launch of Atex Content, a browser-based content management system developed for media companies that delivers content across multiple channels.

WordPress Releases v3.3, Focuses on Users & Developers

wpLogo2011.png Popular web content management platform WordPress has announced a new release. Version 3.3, affectionately code named Sonny in honor of jazz saxophonist Sonny Stitt, provides notable improvements to overall usability and support for the iPad. Competes With Google, Launches WordAds

wordpress_logo_20112.jpg is finally giving its bloggers the opportunity to earn a little revenue from their well-crafted words, and taking a jab at Google simultaneously.

Limelight Unleashes Dynamic Site Platform for Mobile

The new Limelight service promises content consistency across mobile devices.

Publishing for Tablets: Flavors of Hybrids

Today we’re talking about hybrid publishing apps from the technical perspective.

Storify Revamps; Socializes Reading, Publishing & Sharing News

Storify Revamps; Socializes Reading, Publishing & Sharing NewsStorify -- a popular social storytelling tool among journalists -- launched a new editor interface this week, adding easy-to-use tools for fast content curation.

Amazon Publishing to Launch Book Line, Cutting Off Publishers, Agents

Amazon Publishing to Launch Book Line, Cutting Off Publishers, AgentsAmazon is adopting a new business model, and it might hurt longtime relationships with publishers in the process. But will this be the future of publishing?

WordPress 3.3 Adds HTML5 Media Uploader

WordPress 3.3 Adds HTML5 Media UploaderThe first beta of WordPress version 3.3 is officially here for the taking. Among the most exciting improvements is a new drag-and-drop HTML5 media uploader. 

MindTouch Supports Help Content Publishing from Apps Like Adobe Framemaker, RoboHelp & More

If you liked that F1 button that MindTouch came up with back in July and you're a big desktop publishing fan, then you might like the latest announcement which essentially combines the two.

Adobe Embraces Mobile, Cloud and Touch in One Giant Leap

Streams of announcements are pouring out of the Adobe MAX 2011 conference in Los Angeles, which concludes today. It appears that the company has decided to embrace about every hot technology trend -- mobile, tablets and a touch of the cloud -- simultaneously.

Evri Launches Topic and Social Based News Reader for the iPad

logo_evri_2011.gifSocially-curated news reader apps are now becoming the choice method of accessing news content on tablets like the iPad. With magazine-like looks and touch-friendly interfaces, apps like Flipboard, Zite, Pulse and even the upcoming Google Propeller give a social aspect to reading news and interesting feature stories online. Joining the mix is Evri, a mobile app developer that will debut its iPad application today.

WordPress for iOS 2.9 Adds Feature-Rich Content Editing

The previously lacking WordPress iOS app for iPhones and iPads is finally bringing more flavor to its users. Fitted with a new interface and a heap of improvements, blogging on the go is finally made easy. 

WordPress Further Socialized by New BuddyPress, bbPress Releases

Heads up, WordPress users! This week BuddyPress and bbPress have pushed out a couple of major releases for integrating social features into any standard WordPress theme. 

Atex Adds Branded Functionality to Polopoly Web CMS

Atex has announced that it partnered with The Access Network Company to develop new branded-publisher-focused functionality for its Polopoly web content management system, which it said provides small and mid-sized publishers with a platform for deploying customizable, configurable, branded local news and GPS-enabled content.

Pressly Turns Content Into Tablet-Friendly HTML5 Websites

Mobile devices are becoming more and more of necessities in the workplace. In this so-called post-PC era, professionals need to access information on-the-go, whether on smartphones, ultraportable computers or tablets. If you're a web publisher, you will need to consider that an increasing number of your readers will be using these mobile devices. Some would want to create a native application for tablets, but is this really necessary for everyone?

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