Tagged: New technology

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The Deal launches new iPhone app

The Deal, which was acquired a year ago by TheStreet.com, announced Wednesday the launch of a new version of its iPad application and a new iPhone app. The apps provide news articles and video...

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Building a business news startup

Kara Tabor of Silicon Prairie News takes a look at Missouri Business Alert, a business news startup being lead by Missouri journalism professor Randy Smith and Michael Stacy, former editor of Silicon Prairie News....

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Forbes rolls out scrolling streams

Lewis Dvorkin, the chief product officer at Forbes, writes about new technology being used on Forbes.com called scrolling streams. Dvorkin writes, “Today, we began to roll out a new architecture for page screens. We...

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Biz journal launches iPad, iPhone app

The Denver Business Journal, an American City Business Journals newspaper, has launched an application for iPads and iPhones. A story on its website states, “If you’re already a subscriber, the app makes a tablet-scaled...

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Forbes seeing strong mobile growth

Lewis Dvorkin, the chief product officer of Forbes, writes about the three opportunities facing publications these days, and reports about the business magazine’s strong mobile growth. Dvorkin writes, “In August 2012, mobile traffic to Forbes.com represented...

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Bloomberg’s online video success

Josh Sternberg of Digiday.com writes about the online video efforts at Bloomberg News. Sternberg writes, “In July, Bloomberg had its best month ever in terms of global unique visitors and streams, even outpacing competitor...

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TheStreet.com beefs up its video team

TheStreet.com announced Wednesday some new additions and appointments to the video team, which is led by Ruben Ramirez. Mark Sugarman has joined as video creative director, while Sophie Bearman and Jeremy Jennings have joined...