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R.I.P. The Daily, The World’s First iPad-Only Newspaper

R.I.P. The Daily, The World’s First iPad-Only Newspaper

As of next month, The Daily will be no more.

News Corp. has announced that it will cease publication of The Daily on December 15, less than two years after the iPad-only newspaper made its debut. The company has said that “technology and other assets from The Daily, including some staff,” will be folded into its New York Post tabloid.

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Sony’s Revolutionary New TV Could Used Web-Based Services To Cut Out Cable Providers

Sony’s Revolutionary New TV Could Used Web-Based Services To Cut Out Cable Providers

Sony CEO Howard Stringer recently revealed the company’s intentions to launch a revolutionary new television before Apple, and according to The Wall Street Journal, it will be a web-based alternative to the traditional set that will allow users to avoid the cable companies.

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Actors, Musicians, CEOs and Former Presidents Pay Respects at Steve Jobs Memorial

Actors, Musicians, CEOs and Former Presidents Pay Respects at Steve Jobs Memorial

Stanford Memorial Church courtesy of Jill Clardy on Flickr

A Steve Jobs memorial held at Stanford Memorial Church on Sunday attracted a huge number of people who came to pay their respects to Apple’s former CEO and co-founder. Among them were a long list of celebrities, musicians, CEOs, and even a former president.

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Richard Branson’s Project Wants To Beat News Corp’s The Daily To The Punch

Richard Branson’s Project Wants To Beat News Corp’s The Daily To The Punch

Whenever it arrives, it looks like Rupert Murdoch’s The Daily won’t be the only iPad-only magazine around: British billionaire and part Virgin Airways owner Richard Branson is also planning on launching a new iPad publication called Project, and it’s likely to be revealed as early as tomorrow.

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Report: iOS 4.3, iTunes Subscriptions and News Corp’s iPad Magazine Delayed Until 2011

Report: iOS 4.3, iTunes Subscriptions and News Corp’s iPad Magazine Delayed Until 2011

The past week’s rumor cycle has consistently pegged early December as the date when Apple would simultaneously introduce iOS 4.3, iTunes in-app subscription support and News Corp’s new iPad-only magazine, The Daily… but according to sources, that date is very likely aggressive, and the actual rollout has been delayed until early 2011.

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Report: iOS 4.3 To Be Released December 13th

Report: iOS 4.3 To Be Released December 13th

iOS 4.2.1 was just released, but already the rumor mill is churning about iOS 4.3… and it looks like it might arrive before the end of the year, much earlier than anyone had previously thought.

According to sources, Apple plans on releasing iOS 4.3 on Monday, December 13th… just three weeks after the debut of iOS 4.2.1.

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Apple Could Announce Subscription Payments For iPad Periodicals at December 9th Event

Apple Could Announce Subscription Payments For iPad Periodicals at December 9th Event

Following yesterday’s story that Steve Jobs and Rupert Murdoch might meet on stage to debut the world’s first iPad-only newspaper, comes a new report suggesting not only that Apple will hold that event on December 9th, but also use it as an opportunity to unveil a new subscription billing option for periodicals on the iPad.

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Report: News Corp’s New Subscription iPad Magazine To Be Debuted By Steve Jobs Later This Month

Report: News Corp’s New Subscription iPad Magazine To Be Debuted By Steve Jobs Later This Month

Both Rupert Murdoch and Steve Jobs agree: devices like the iPad are the future of media, and the death of print.

It looks, however, like Apple and News Corp. might be working more closely to bring that end about than it was previously thought: according to WWD, Apple is helping News Corp. build an iPad-only, subscription-based newspaper to devices in early 2011… and Steve Jobs himself might debut it.

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