V3 will launch the first edition of its monthly tablet magazine tomorrow, 8 March, which will be free to V3 subscribers and will have a raft of exclusive app-only content.
With tablets and mobile devices now a fully established part of both the technology and publishing industries, the V3 Tablet App will offer a mix of great content in an interactive format, delivered to your iOS or Android device each month.
This will include unique content not available on the website covering features, reviews and interviews on leading enterprise technologies and firms.
For busy IT professionals and business leaders this will provide an ideal complement to our web coverage, offering further insights and understanding of the latest events and wider industry trends to help shape your strategies.
On Friday, the app will launch on the iPad, with iPhone and Android tablet and smartphone versions to follow in the coming weeks - we'll let you know when these are available. Just search for V3 Tablet App in the relevant application store.
If you register for free on the V3 website, you can download each monthly issue of the digital magazine for free. Simply visit the sign-up page to become a subscriber, if you're not already, and then use these same log-in details to download the app free of charge.
The V3 Tablet App will cost £1.99 per issue to download as a non-subscriber.
The March issue will feature a raft of insightful, engaging and unique content including an in-depth analysis of the Mobile World Congress tradeshow - as you can see pictured above - and a fascinating look at the history of the mobile phone, 40 years since its birth.
There's also an interview with Cern after an amazing three years of scientific experiments using its Large Hadron Collider. We look at how the organisation is repairing the immense machine and gearing it up for even greater challenges.
The first edition of the app also features an in-depth review of Google's Chromebook Pixel laptop, including a hands-on video, and an analysis of some of the major news developments from the past month.
Other content includes our always popular Top 10s, memorable quotes from the past month, a round-up of some of the more offbeat stories hitting the headlines and much more.
Once it's live, we'd love to know what you think so drop us an email or leave a comment about what you thought of the first issue.
This will help us make sure we continue to bring you the best possible commentary on the fast-paced and exciting world of IT as it continues to evolve.
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