Print Publishers See Growth in Tablet Subscriptions

Print Publishers See Growth in Tablet Subscriptions

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Mat Sanders
Oct 5, 2011

With the Kindle Fire on the horizon, print magazine publishers have $10 million hopes for tablet subscriptions. In other news, new research shows a majority of architects and interior designers show an increased interest in sustainably manufactured products, take a look at the worst phone designs to-date, and review some data that suggests it's actually cheaper to change carriers for AT&T iPhone 4 users, than to upgrade to the iPhone 4S on AT&T.

Check out the headlines after the jump.

Publishers: Tablet Business Is Picking Up | WWD
Research reveals sustainable projects are on the rise | Editor at Large
Failed Phone Designs | Core 77
It's Cheaper to Change Carriers for AT&T iPhone4 Users | The Brooks Review

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