Time Warner’s Print To Tablet Experience

Time Warner’s Print To Tablet Experience
technology

Time Magazine has envisioned the future of print through a tablet version of Sports Illustrated.

Francisco Hui
  • 4 december 2009

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Time Magazine has envisioned the future of print through a tablet version of Sports Illustrated.

Created in collaboration with The Wonderfactory, this is the closest import of the magazine experience we’ve seen since the Kindle arrived with black and white text on e-books. Additional features include dynamic content updates on scores, multimedia experience, and the ability to make notes and share content through social networks.

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