The first issue of the brand new V3 Tablet App has gone live in the Apple Store for iPad owners to download.
It is completely free for V3 subscribers - to register for free simply visit the sign-up page - and then use your login details to download the app. If you don't want to register, you can still download the app for £1.99.
A version for Android devices will be going live in the coming weeks, as well as an iPhone version, and we'll let you know when these are available too.
The first issue features a raft of unique, engaging and insightful format, including an full round-up of the Mobile World Congress tradeshow and the state of the mobile market, and our in-depth review of the Google Chromebook Pixel.
There's also a fascinating look back at the development history of the first mobile phone and an interview with Cern about its world-changing experiments over the last few years, and how you fix a machine as immense as the Large Hadron Collider.
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