News Corp. Launches iPad-only Newspaper The newspaper industry has been devastated financially by all the free news on the Internet. But media mogul Rupert Murdoch is determined to prove that people will pay for daily news on the web. The Daily is available only on iPads.
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News Corp. Launches iPad-only Newspaper

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News Corp. Launches iPad-only Newspaper

News Corp. Launches iPad-only Newspaper

News Corp. Launches iPad-only Newspaper

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The newspaper industry has been devastated financially by all the free news on the Internet. But media mogul Rupert Murdoch is determined to prove that people will pay for daily news on the web. The Daily is available only on iPads.

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