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Facebook’s Paper vs. Flipboard: Comparing Mobile News Curation Apps

Excerpt from article by Mashable:“How each story is told is as important as the story itself,” begins the promo video for Facebook’s new much-hyped Paper app.The app mixes curated news feeds with your Facebook timeline to create a platform that integrates news discovery and sharing into your timeline. With its tiled layout and gesture-based user

 
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Shipments are one thing but iPad Usage Far Ahead of the Rest of the Pack.

Chitika Insights measured tablet web traffic during the week of January 19 to 25 in the US and Canada and the iPad had by far the highest usage at 81% with the Kindle Fire at 7.7%. Brian Yanish – MarketingHits.com‘s insight: In my house we have iPads, Kindles and Nexus tablets by far the iPads

 
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How Fixable Is That New Gadget? [Chart]

If I drop my iPhone 5 on the sidewalk, how easily will it be to repair the screen? What if my Kindle Fire##Q##s battery stops holding a charge? When we##Q##re shopping for new tablets and smartphones, we seldom take these kinds of things into consideration. Most of us just presume nothing bad will happen. And

 
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Amazon Gets Feisty, Updates Homepage To Talk Smack On The iPad Mini

Competition in the low-cost tablet space has been heating up for a while now thanks to strong new hardware from the likes of Asus, Google, and Barnes & Noble, but it seems the time has come for the Kindle Fire hucksters at Amazon to go on the offensive against a very prominent rival: Apple’s iPad

 
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Mobile Rising: Newspapers, Magazine Readership, Ad Engagement Up

More tablet owners are reading newspapers and magazines on their devices, according to the latest data from comScore’s TabLens research service, which is based on a three-month rolling sample of 6,000 tablet owners; these findings, along with new data from GfK MRI, hold out the promise of growing advertising and circulation revenues from this burgeoning

 
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