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flipboard

(ˈflɪpbɔːd) or

flip chart

n
a piece of office equipment consisting of a board to which a flip chart or some other pad can be attached
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The storm will have all the force and effect of a hurricane without the title or the name," said Flipboard weather writer Dennis Mersereau.
More than 500+ petabytes of data are processed every month across Qubole's customer base by companies including Autodesk, Flipboard, Oracle, Under Armour and Pinterest.
Co-founder and CEO Corbyn Munnik, said the app is a "cross between Flipboard and Facebook Free Basics.
Albee comes to Cumulus from Flipboard, a news magazine social media app.
Flipboard earned the dubious distinction of most dropped news app; 18% of respondents said they had abandoned it in the past 12 months.
Flipboard lets users create personalised magazine subscriptions based on your interests.
Flipboard gives you easy access to the world's most popular publications and online magazines.
The difference is that these are designed like social magazines - a bit like Flipboard and Pulse (now owned by LinkedIn), except that instead of pulling content into their apps, Catchpool and This.
Then there was the News app, sucking in content from various sources and displaying it as an integrated magazine just like Flipboard has been doing for the last five years.
So many of you have signed on to the FlipBoard application to read what the Board of Governors members are reading every day, by simply searching "BOG" on the FlipBoard App.
According to Mashable, Flipboard for the web is "a browser-based experience that takes Flipboard's clean, slick look on tablets and smartphones and blows it out for the desktop.
The new wearable - the first Apple has made, and the company's first new product line since the death of Steve Jobs in 2011 - connects to an iPhone but also has new versions of popular apps such as Instagram, Twitter and Flipboard.