Tablet-only biz magazine launches
by Chris Roush
TabTimes for iPad, a business news magazine entirely devoted to tablets and delivered as a free iPad application, hit the application store on Wednesday.
TabTimes for iPad will report on the front lines of the tablet revolution with a business perspective. It will focus on how tablets are used for business, work and productivity, with a mix of news, features, reviews, interviews and how-to articles.
TabTimes for iPad’s content is produced by a team of journalists who previously worked for PC Magazine, MacLife, PC World and Infoworld. Its correspondents are based in California, New York, Asia and London.
Its journalists includes columnist Ben Bajarin, a tech columnist for Time.com, Dan Rowinski, a writer at ReadWriteWeb, and Christina Tynan-Wood, a tech columnist at Family Circle magazine and a previous columnist for PC Magazine and PC World.
Every time users open the app, they will discover the latest published article. They can then either dive into the article by swiping vertically, or jump to the previously published article by swiping horizontally.
Read more here.