Back when I was editor of PC World, creating a magazine that newsstand buyers and subscribers loved was one of the great pleasures of my job.
Articles by Harry McCracken
I can’t remember many–any?–examples of a popular service or piece of software changing so much all at once as Twitter is doing with its new redesign.
Sports Illustrated editor Terry McDonell has lately taken on a busy part-time second career: digital seer for the entire magazine industry.
On Monday, I was in Austin, Texas for the South by Southwest Interactive conference. I sat in a crowded ballroom and watched representatives from Wired and Adobe talk about a concept digital-magazine version of Wired for tablets,
In the weeks leading up to Apple’s launch of its tablet device Wednesday, a strange fairy tale started to gain currency.
From Barnes & Noble’s promising nook to dark horses such as the EnTourage eDGe, a bevy of e-reader devices are about to take on Amazon.com’s groundbreaking Kindle.
All around us, magazines are undergoing the futuristic process known as augmented reality. It started this past summer, when Popular Science worked with a company called Metaio to create a cover which,