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60 Minutes launches iPad app

Popular news program 60 Minutes has just launched its very own iPad application, according to CBS News. This makes 60 Minutes the first prime-time news show to do so and the app blends video content with online features. The new app offers high-quality video from the television broadcast as well as text versions of the program content -- including previews, segments, web extras and clips. There...

The Economist comes to the iPhone and iPad, hopes to get a million readers in three years

Joining many other print publishers, The Economist has just launched apps for iOS, PaidContent reports. There are two separate apps available, one optimized for the iPad, and one for the iPhone. Both contain all the material from the print editions, but there are no fancy UI effects here, compared to other magazines -- it's all nice and subtle touches to make the reading experience enjoyable....

Skyfire is back in the App Store, made available 'in batches'

Skyfire, the new Flash video-capable browser for iOS which Sam reviewed yesterday, is back in the iTunes App Store. It was pulled by its developers a couple of days ago due to problems their transcoding servers had trying to cope with increased traffic demand. It looks like in the mean time they've managed to find a few more servers to shoulder the load and are now slowly making the app available...

Newsweek for iPad now has in-app subscriptions

Newsweek has released an iPad application that has a major differentiating factor compared to other magazines' iPad editions: in-app subscriptions. While the app itself is free to download, reading Newsweek issues inside it isn't. The price for one issue is $2.99, a three-month subscription goes for $9.99 and a six-month subscription will set you back $14.99. Users of the iPad app will get access...

iPad app buyer's guide - essential apps you should get on day one!

If you're anxiously awaiting the arrival of a new iPad, you might want to head over to the app store, where a couple thousand iPad apps are already available for purchase. You can shop now, and sync with the iPad when it arrives. However, the question is what to buy? The current top sellers are Apple's iWork apps: Pages, Numbers, and Keynote, so you'll get no help from that list. Instead,...