Tablet-only publication The Daily closing up shop on December 15

Tablet-only publication The Daily closing up shop on December 15

arstechnica.com
New News Corp.'s iPad-only publication, The Daily, will be shuttered on December 15, 2012, almost two years after its public launch. News Corp. made the announcement on Monday morning as part of its organizational changes, referring to The Daily as a "bold experiment" that simply could not sustain itself. As...
Tablet-only publication The Daily closing up shop on December 15
                                 

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