About iPG

Interactive Product Group (iPG) is a small incubator group within Condé Nast that is charged with developing digital products, separate from our existing publication brands. We were started in Early 2011 and have released three products since our inception:

Idea Flight – Productivity app for the iPad
Idea Flight Enterprise – Productivity app for the iPad
SantasHideout.com – Holiday e-commerce website

This year we plan on continuing to develop our existing products and take on new projects and partnerships.

digithoughts:

You don’t own your apps | Slashgear

What EA (Electronic Arts) has revealed to millions of unsuspecting app downloaders around the world is this: when you pay for an application in the mobile world, you don’t actually own the app itself, you just own the license for the app – and your ownership is not indefinite.

Makes you (re)value physical media a bit higher. I think I’m going to enjoy some 25 year old 8 bit Nintendo games this weekend. Guess we won’t be doing that with Angry Birds in 2037.

digithoughts:

You don’t own your apps | Slashgear

What EA (Electronic Arts) has revealed to millions of unsuspecting app downloaders around the world is this: when you pay for an application in the mobile world, you don’t actually own the app itself, you just own the license for the app – and your ownership is not indefinite.

Makes you (re)value physical media a bit higher. I think I’m going to enjoy some 25 year old 8 bit Nintendo games this weekend. Guess we won’t be doing that with Angry Birds in 2037.

Posted on Thursday, May 3rd 2012

Reblogged from Digithoughts

mediafuturist:

US consumers lead the world trend, here, surely, but this is happening everywhere: Speed and Nowness are 2 trends that are changing the way we live, buy, create, communicate (and not always for the better, either). Read what I have said about these trends why these links: http://gerd.fm/nowandhere  Found via my futurist buddy Stowe Boyd.  Get the entire illustration here

Posted on Thursday, April 26th 2012

Reblogged from Privacy, Big Data, Human Futures by Gerd Leonhard