Wordpress has released its newest version, Wordpress 3.1. This is the fourteenth version of the blogging platform. Wordpress 3.1 has been dubbed “Reinhardt,” reportedly after jazz musician Django Reinhardt. New and improved features include a redesigned linking workflow, an admin bar, a streamlined writing interface and a redesigned blue admin scheme.
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Quark has announced the latest version of QuarkXPress, QuarkXPress 9. The newest version of QuarkXPress will allow designers to publish directly to digital devices. It also contains new features which will allow design automation.
Demand Media shared its fourth quarter and fiscal 2010 financial results today.
Hearst Magazines Digital Media announced several changes to its roster today.Julie Hochheiser is now site director for Seventeen.com. Hochheiser served previously as the senior web editor for the Hearst Teen Network. Neha Gandhi also joined Seventeen.com as a web editor. Gandhi is the former associate lifestyle editor for Seventeen magazine.
The new iPad may be late to its own coming out party. Yuanta Securities Co. reports iPad manufacturer Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. is experiencing “production bottlenecks”. The shipment of the new version of the tablet might be pushed back from April to June.
According to the Wall Street Journal, publishing companies aren’t the only groups weary of Apple’s new subscription app model for the iPad tablet.
Tomorrow, TIME Magazine will show off its makeover. After months of trial, the editors of TIME have created a new version of the iconic magazine. Though some of the publication remains the same, other features will be transformed.
And here we thought more tablets meant lower prices.
Google announced today the creation of a service, Google One Pass, which will allow publishers to set their own prices and terms for the sale of digital content. Eric Schmidt introduced this new service at Humboldt University in Berlin.
CCI Media, a b-to-b media company formed by former Stamats Business Media president Tim Fixmer, has purchased the woodworking assets from Rockford, Illinois-based Watt Publishing.