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pcworldThe San Francisco-based publisher of PCWorld magazine on Monday unveiled the first of its digital-only magazines, following the final print edition in August. IDG Consumer & SMB said the publication, now enhanced for tablets such as the iPad and Kindle Fire, currently has 119,000 digital subscribers. It now features a larger typeface, 360-degree interactive photos, animated graphics and high-definition videos. Following PCWorld’s final print issue in July, readers were given the option to transfer their subscriptions to the new digital format, request a refund or receive Macworld magazine for the remainder of their subscriptions. Read more

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