December 10, 2010 by USA Post
Railgun, Today, science is pleased to announce the updated edition of their iPad + Popular Science, with the newly released December issue, with the annual “Best of What’s New” award and adding to the long list iPad functions alone.
Highlights of the December issue include “Predict-A-Quake”, a look at the prediction of earthquakes before they happen, “Sharp-Dressed Man” by value and iPhone Controlled LED function, and “Best of What’s New “the, 23rd annual PopSci guide to the 100 greatest technological achievements of the year in 11 categories, including Green, Automotive, Health, Aviation & Space, technology, hospitality and more.
Popular Science is not a new player on the magazine’s iPad, but led the field since the launch in April of IPAD. Popular Science has implemented integrated video, links and photo galleries to enhance and illustrate the editorial content. Users can watch the video simulation of a scramjet NASA proposed railgun off the flight that accompanies this month “Express Train to Space” section. And they can go deep with galleries of exclusive photos – not seen in the magazine – Best of What’s new pricing plan.
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