Monthly Archives: June 2012

Follow the Tour on Flipboard

The legendary bicycle race, the Tour de France, began at the turn of the 20th century, as a publicity stunt—a way to sell newspapers. With his sports journal struggling, editor Henri Desgrange thought it would be a good idea for … Continue reading

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All the News That’s Fit to Flip

The New York Times has been called the most influential newspaper in the world. Its stories—whether in print, on its website or in its apps—are read by presidents and queens, sheiks and prime ministers, editors, bloggers and broadcast producers everywhere. … Continue reading

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Everything You Want to Know About Google Reader on Flipboard

Real Simple Syndication, better known by its abbreviation, RSS, is a way for websites and blogs to send out new items whenever they\’re posted. A favorite among RSS power users is Google Reader, a tool that makes it easy to … Continue reading

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What\’s Going on at Google I/O

Now in its fifth year, Google\’s annual developers’ conference has become a showcase to display the tech giant\’s latest in products and services. The three-day event from June 27-29—the “I” stands for input and the “O” stands for output—attracts Google … Continue reading

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Service! A Grand-Slam Section for Wimbledon

Wimbledon is the oldest tournament in tennis and the only Grand Slam to be played on grass. Its roots are deeply entrenched in the birth and early growth of the sport—the All England Club, where the tournament is held, is … Continue reading

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Making Sense of All Those YouTube Videos: On the Red Couch with Kevin Allocca

Roughly 72 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute. It\’s Kevin Allocca\’s job to make sense of it all. As Trends Manager at YouTube, he\’s responsible for getting a pulse on what people all over the world are … Continue reading

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Everything You Wanted to Know About YouTube on Flipboard

In just six years, YouTube has become the universal go-to-site for watching video content on the web. From revolutions in the Middle East to entertaining cat videos, the site\’s 72 hours of video uploaded every minute provide a seemingly infinite … Continue reading

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Everything You Wanted to Know About Google+ on Flipboard

Having just passed its first birthday, Google+ might be one of the younger social networks, but it\’s brought some new concepts into the parlance of social media. Among Google+\’s signature features is the +1, a way of liking something on … Continue reading

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A Lot\’s New at Flipboard: Android, Google+, YouTube and Five New International Editions

For the first time, Flipboard is available in the Google Play Store as a free download for Android fans worldwide. You\’ll also find it in the Amazon App Store for the Kindle and the Barnes & Noble NOOK Store. In … Continue reading

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Plus Seven: Google+, YouTube and Five New Editions

[This version of the post lives on Inside Flipboard—IOS edition.] Today\’s update brings two new services and five new international editions to the Flipboard experience. Now you can connect your Google+ account to Flipboard and see all the activity in … Continue reading

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