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Articles tagged with "Arts & Entertainment"

Beyond fun and games, Apple's "iSlate" could regenerate the publishing industry

While the Internet killed the generations-old business model for traditional media, publishers are betting that Apple's "iSlate" tablet computer will lead to its recovery. On January 27, Apple will unveil its "latest creation", widely expected to be a 10-or-11-inch touch screen tablet co ... Full Article »

January 19, 2010 7:00am

Local Concerts iPhone app lets you find gigs faster

It seems like as time goes by, priorities get reshuffled. While I once went to what seemed like dozens of shows a year, I’m now happy if I see three or four by the time December rolls around. Luckily, like most things in life it seems, there’s an iPhone app for that. The Local Concerts ... Full Article »

January 11, 2010 1:05am

Fandango Movies app compared on the iPhone and Android

Movie goers may delight at the growing number of mobile apps making it easier to find new shows at local theaters. As Fandango has released an Android version of its localized flick finder, it's becoming clear that big brands have a vested interest in launching apps beyond the iPhone.&nb ... Full Article »

January 8, 2010 1:00am

Daytrotter’s iPhone app puts a huge library of live indie music at your fingertips

While there are plenty of radio station iPhone apps available, none of them put as much music right into the hands of their users as the Daytrotter iPhone app (free) does. Although to be fair, Daytrotter is not so much a radio station as it is a huge, archived live music project. ... Full Article »

January 6, 2010 1:09am

These 10 Seinfeld-inspired iPhone apps show more than nothing

When Seinfeld completed its glorious run more than a decade ago, nobody could envision how the iPhone would become The Maestro of mobile communication. Now that the gang is riffing about iToilets during their reunion on HBO's Curb Your Enthusiasm, Appolicious takes a Bizarro look back at 10 key ... Full Article »

January 3, 2010 3:00am

iPhone app IMDb is reason for movie buffs to rejoice

For movie lovers who can't wait to find cool factoids on the film they just watched, iPhone users can turn to the IMDb iPhone app. Often, even before the credits stop rolling, the boyfriend has his iPhone browser loaded to IMDb to look up whatever actor’s name we’v ... Full Article »

December 30, 2009 1:30am

iPhone app Esquire best bang for your $3

The first thing I noticed about the new Esquire January 2010 issue iPhone app ($2.99) was that it looked like you would be able to download several issues over the next year. Unlike the iPhone app version of GQ (which recently made an issue iPhone app of their own), th ... Full Article »

December 30, 2009 1:20am

iPhone app version of GQ is good, but needs improvement

GQ launched its initial iPhone app version of the popular magazine for its annual "Men Of The Year" issue to much online fanfare. They must have liked the results, because they’ve done the same thing with their new GQ January 2010 issue. Reading GQ on your iPhone is actually easier t ... Full Article »

December 29, 2009 1:14am

Stick to the catalogues, VS, and skip the iPhone apps

It’s difficult to figure out who the target audience for this app is. Is Victoria Secret after the cavalcade of men who anxiously pretend not to care that their wife/girlfriend/neighbor just got a new Victoria Secret nighttime collection catalogue in the mail? Or is there an assumption that t ... Full Article »

December 3, 2009 1:05am

GQ, now in digital form in this iPhone app

Attention terrified editors looking for ways to sell your newspapers, magazines and pamphlets in the digital age: stop reading and download the December 2009 GQ issue app immediately. The GQ Men Of The Year Issue app has digital delivery down to a science. This isn’t simply a magazine scanned ... Full Article »

November 24, 2009 6:00pm


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