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Facebook has announced today a number of new apps that will be used within Facebook, offering up a new social way to listen to music, watch movies and read the news.
The HP TouchPad will receive a high-profile new app, with UK media giant The Guardian revealing that it is currently working on a brand new Guardian Zeitgeist product for the tablet.
The Guardian and Observer newspapers are now available to download for the Amazon Kindle, with the newspaper group marking the optimised edition's arrival with a 14-day free trial.
The Guardian has announced that it is to adopt a "digital first" strategy for its news output, after the newspaper reported losses of £34.4 million in 2009-2010 and £33 million the following year.
Guardian editor Alan Rusbridger has been one of the first Brits to spend some time with Apple's iPod device, branding the new tablet PC from Cupertino an 'interim device' and saying that the lack of Adobe Flash on the iPad is just 'perverse'.
The Guardian has shown off its first app for the Apple iPad – with Guardian iPad Eyewitness app showing off the paper's special pictures.
The Guardian has released an application for the iPhone which aggregates its content for your mobile screen.
The Sun is the UK's most popular online paper, but it is the Daily Mail that holds the crown as the most popular of Britain's papers in the world market.