The acquisition of Zite comes to an end on December 6 as Flipboard continues integrating features into its main news filtering app. Users may find that it takes time before the service has fully caught up to their previous user experience.
We heard earlier this week that Twitter is interested in acquiring news-reader app Flipboard. New reports suggest Web giants Google and Yahoo are also in talks with the Palo Alto startup, though details about any possible offers aren't…
Twitter has acquired dozes of companies in its nine-year history as it endeavors to build out its product and advertising offerings. Reports this week suggest it's been talking to magazine-style news app Flipboard in what could be its next…
Although it's a perfect fit for tablets and smartphones, the team behind Flipboard has finally decided to launch a Web version of its popular news reader app, bringing its familiar format to an even bigger audience.
Twitter has done a deal with Flipboard and Yahoo! Japan to start showing promoted tweets on the sites. The move brings Twitter ads to millions of non-users of the social media service, and looks set to boost the company's bottom line.
Flipboard announced Wednesday it's acquired Zite, which offers a news reader app similar to its own. Users can continue to use Zite, though the app will be phased out in about six months once its technology has been incorporated into…
Facebook is reportedly all set to launch its Flipboard-like news reader app, reportedly called Paper. The software is thought to have been years in the making, with Facebook boss Mark Zuckerberg a key player in its development.
It's been a year in development but Flipboard for Windows 8.1 is finally here. The news reader app, long praised for its elegant user experience, takes full advantage of the platform's features, with Live TIle support and more.
As mobile continues to challenge desktops, popular apps are still popping up on the "traditional" Web. Is this the folly of mobile-only mindsets, or is the mobile app revolution just taking longer than we thought it would?
Flipboard used to be exclusive to tablets, but now it's expanding into the world of desktop browsing. While a browser addition is welcome, Flipboard skimps on the features we've gotten used to in the mobile version.