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'Jeans journo' Omars set out to democratise news
'Jeans journo' Omars set out to democratise news

With his wife Sumaiya, former HT Media trainer Yusuf Omar is at the leading edge of mobile journalism with tools including emerging Snapchat spectacles.

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Publishers sceptical on Facebook's subs move
Publishers sceptical on Facebook's subs move

Reports that that Facebook is building a tool to help users subscribe to news publications have been met with scepticism.

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Need for more, better metrics drives Forum but ML can help
Need for more, better metrics drives Forum but ML can help

The need for more data metrics and the ability of machine learning to deliver it were themes of the MMA Forum in Singapore on Friday.

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Kiosk apps add authentication new reader options
Kiosk apps add authentication new reader options

Two new Eversify kiosk apps give publishers a choice of how readers receive information.

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Bangladeshi daily hones mobile service with a bot
Bangladeshi daily hones mobile service with a bot

Dhaka, Bangladesh, based Daily Star has launched a Facebook Messenger bot to provide a better news service to smartphone users.

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VR set to boost enabling haptics technology
VR set to boost enabling haptics technology

Commercialisation of VR is expected to provide a jump-start for haptics, the technology behind vibrating smartphones and game controller tension.

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Joint project integrates Scoop with My News 360
Joint project integrates Scoop with My News 360

Presteligence and Software Consulting Services are getting closer with a first collaborative joint venture.

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Newscycle's mobile product picked for Alexa roles
Newscycle's mobile product picked for Alexa roles

Newscycle says Amazon has chosen its Mobile to feature in its new Alexa agencies and developer tools page.

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Jap app bids for global classified domination
Jap app bids for global classified domination

A classified app that handles payment and delivery has become the new threat to publishers in a hot marketplace.

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Quick deployment gives SF Examiner an app in a week
Quick deployment gives SF Examiner an app in a week

Newscycle has deployed two apps for the San Francisco Examiner a week after the contract being signed.

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DoApp in action for Newscycle with new mobile product
DoApp in action for Newscycle with new mobile product

Newscycle has launched a new mobile news and advertising platform, based on the DoApp technology it bought in June.

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'Cool' app company joins Newscycle
'Cool' app company joins Newscycle

Systems developer Newscycle Solutions has bought mobile platform DoApp Inc, a company which prides itself on developing 'cool' apps.

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Applix partnership delivers new mobile experience
Applix partnership delivers new mobile experience

Latest fruits of the 2014 Atex-Applix partnership are a new Viewerplus 2.5 platform for tablets and mobile.

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Globe customises app, e-paper with PageSuite
Globe customises app, e-paper with PageSuite

PageSuite has worked with the Boston Globe to develop a new e-paper and app for the publisher, owned by Red Sox owner John Henry.

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Buzzfeed in Australia, India: Here kitty, kitty
Buzzfeed in Australia, India: Here kitty, kitty

The way Simon Crerar tells it, if you were starting a new publishing business for the twenty-first century without the baggage of legacy newspapers, it would look a lot like Buzzfeed.

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Jang adds QR codes to classifieds
Jang adds QR codes to classifieds

Faced with increased competition from online portals, especially in motor and real estate, Pakistan's Jang Media Group is innovating with QR codes.

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AI-driven app points to some heavy petting
AI-driven app points to some heavy petting

Friday can be a dog of a day, so we thought we'd share this AI development from Microsoft with you (writes Peter Coleman).

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Eugene Leow: What would Taylor Swift do
Eugene Leow: What would Taylor Swift do

If all else fails', the Straits Times' Eugene Leow channels the pop princess, writes Peter Coleman

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Winning the social media battle
Winning the social media battle

On the ground or on the couch, social media provides an unprecedented opportunity to reach millennials, Shadi Rahimi says.

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Beacon shines for marketers in 2016
Beacon shines for marketers in 2016

Next year will be the year of the beacon, according to Location Based Marketing Association president and founder Asif Khan.

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Twitter tool spills on share of conversation
Twitter tool spills on share of conversation

Twitter has added new tools to enable brands to see their share of the conversation, audience and trends.

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Pure-play investors back smartphone tech model
Pure-play investors back smartphone tech model

A new bandwidth-for-adviews business model has caught the imagination of Australian media and tech investors.

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Long-form iPad edition breaks new ground
Long-form iPad edition breaks new ground

French daily Le Figaro has launched a new iPad edition to bring the power of digital media to long-form journalism in a new tablet format.

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Multi-device users a 'daunting' ad prospect
Multi-device users a 'daunting' ad prospect

Smartphone users tend to go big in Asia... and go hard. But new research shows unique characteristics to each Asia Pacific country.

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Queensland daily reaps Facebook reward
Queensland daily reaps Facebook reward

Years of work building a social media presence have paid off with the Sunshine Coast Daily building a daily engagement rate of 84 per cent of its Facebook page fans.

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