Google appears to be taking on Flipboard and iOS newstand with its new Google Play Newsstand product
Flipboard introduced a way for users to build online catalogs this week.
Flipboard recently announced a new round of funding to allow the content aggregation startup to keep expanding.
Flipboard is now supporting Facebook-owned Instagram's new video sharing features inside its social magazine applications for Apple's iOS and Google's Android, confirming the change to The Next Web.
Facebook is quietly working on a mobile news reader application that curates content from the social network's users and digital content providers in a magazine-style visual format optimized for smartphones and tablets, The Wall Street Journal reports.
The New York Times will introduce a metered pay model across its suite of mobile news applications, limiting non-subscribers to just three articles per day. The publication previously allowed mobile devices users to access as many as 10 to 15 free stories a day from its Top News section.
Verizon Wireless is upgrading Samsung Electronics' Galaxy S III smartphone to run Google's Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean mobile operating system. The operator will push out the over-the-air update in the weeks ahead.
Flipboard is rolling out an overhauled version of its free social magazine application for Google's Android, adding tools allowing users to create and share their own customized digital magazines.
Just two weeks after launching Flipboard 2.0, Flipboard announced that users have created more than half a million custom magazines since the launch.
Flipboard users have created more than half one million customized digital magazines in the two weeks since the new personalization tools launched, the firm reports. More than 3 million new users downloaded the application during the same timeframe, boosting Flipboard's total userbase to 53 million.