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Best News Bloopers 2014 Part 2

The funniest thing you’ll see today: More hilarious TV news bloopers

December 30th, 2014

Just in case 15 minutes of news bloopers wasn’t enough for you, YouTube user NewsBeFunny is back with even more in the second part of the 2014 wrap-up series. It’s incredible to think that there were at least 30 minutes of solid gold goofs on local and national news throughout the year, but keep in mind that these …

Best News Bloopers 2014

The funniest thing you’ll see today: The best TV news bloopers of the year

December 29th, 2014

There’s something undeniably enthralling about watching newscasters embarrass themselves on live TV. When you’re on air as often as a news anchor, screw-ups are inevitable — but that hasn’t tempered our fascination in the slightest, which is why we figured it would be a good idea to share a video of all the best local and …

Google introduces Google Currents news app [video]

December 8th, 2011

Google on Thursday announced Google Currents, a news reading application that will compete with the likes of Flipboard, News360 and more. Currents allows users to customize their news feeds and browse through stories in a magazine-style interface. It is currently available for iOS and Android devices, including both tablets and smartphones. Google partnered with 150 …

Flipboard for iPhone now available

December 7th, 2011

Flipboard, the popular magazine-style news application originally made available for the iPad is now available for iPhone as well. Flipboard allows users to flip through a single feed of articles and photos that have been shared across various social networks. It can also display stories from a variety of news categories including technology, design, “Flipboard …

Adobe Digital Publishing Suite to support Apple’s iOS Newsstand

September 7th, 2011

Adobe announced on Wednesday that its Digital Publishing Suite will offer support for Apple’s Newsstand feature in iOS. Newsstand will allow users to purchase popular newspapers and magazines directly from their iOS device. “With more than 600 titles created to date, the industry-leading Adobe Digital Publishing Suite includes full support for Newsstand subscriptions, which can …

BBC News for Android now available for all

June 10th, 2011

In May BBC launched its official BBC News Android application, but unfortunately it was only available in the UK after its debut. Now Android users worldwide can download and install the application from the Android Market. We typically used to install third-party BBC News apps, but the official one blows those out of the water. …

BBC launches official Android app

May 26th, 2011

BBC announced the availability of its free mobile news application for Android on Wednesday. The application provides quick access to BBC’s top stories complete with pictures, videos, and the option to share stories on Facebook or via email. Other features include breaking news notifications, pre-cache viewing, background sync, and a compact widget for viewing headlines …

CNN outs free Android app

April 20th, 2011

On Tuesday, CNN announced the availability of its mobile news application for the Android platform. The app provides quick access to CNN’s main news stories and features — complete with a picture-driven user interface — and closely resembles the news organization’s current iOS offering. Other features include free access to CNN Radio, breaking news notifications, …

The New York Times to offer iTunes subscriptions

March 17th, 2011

In tandem with its announcement that it will move to a paid subscription model for online content, The New York Times said Thursday that it will also begin to sell subscriptions for news content in its mobile apps for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. As per Apple’s iTunes App Store terms, The New York Times will …

Reuters’ source refutes delay of Apple’s iPad 2, iPhone 5 [updated]

February 22nd, 2011

Thanks to reports filed by two financial analysts, the Internet has been abuzz with rumors and speculation about an alleged delay to Apple’s two flagship products: the iPhone and iPad. Citing last minute design changes and supplier bottlenecks, the unrelated reports both concluded that the launches of the two iDevices would be pushed back several …