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The Week in Review: Denali vs. Mount McKinley

President Barack Obama renamed America’s highest peak during his trip to Alaska this week, the first by a sitting president of the United States. The mountain, at more than 20,000 feet, became known as Mount McKinley in 1896 after a gold prospector emerged from the Alaska Range to hear that …

Mount McKinley

9 Topics for…Apple iOS 9

Apple will announce its latest operating system on Wednesday at an event in San Francisco. The latest unveiling from the tech giant is expected to include new iPhones, new iPads, revamped Apple TV, new bands for the Apple Watch and the Apple News app, among other changes and enhancements. The Apple …


Talking iOS 9 and Apple News with Cult of Mac Co-Founder Leander Kahney

In anticipation of the latest iOS 9 release next Wednesday, we spoke with Leander Kahney, editor and publisher of Cult of Mac, about being an Apple fanboy, his favorite Steve Jobs stories and what’s new with iOS 9 and Apple News.

With its prestigious products and devotion to secrecy, Apple inspires

Steve Jobs

Peek Inside the Annual Flipboard Mockathon

Flipboard has a weekly tradition we call “Mock O’Clock.” On Friday afternoons we convene around a huge table next to the kitchen—munching on snacks and enjoying a meticulously curated assortment of beverages—in an open forum where anyone can showcase projects they’re working on. It’s a great way to …

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Spotlight: Food Stylist and Photographer Kristen Hess

My name is Kristen Hess, NYC food stylist/photographer and author of The Artful Gourmet food blog.

My love of food and cooking led me to dive into the world of food styling and food photography, start a food blog back in 2010 and pursue a career in the culinary arts.

I use Flipboard as a starting …

Food Photography

5 Topics for…U.S. Open

The world’s best tennis players will soon descend on Queens, New York, for one of four annual Grand Slam tennis tournaments and the biggest in the U.S. The U.S. Open, now in its 135th year, consists of two weeks of singles and doubles matches. As we enter this year’s Open play, get prepped for the …


Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of August 24, 2015)

This dramatic and somber week included the tragic death of Alison Parker and Adam Ward, volatile economic shifts and the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Here are our picks from the week that was in The Daily Edition.

1. Friends remember WDBJ’s Alison Parker and Adam Ward – CNN, Todd Leopold …


The Week in Review: Turbulent Stock Market

The Dow rebounded at the end of this week after a historically turbulent period for the U.S. and global markets.

Concerns over China’s ability to manage its economic slowdown caused the markets to tumble and a “Black Monday” that consisted of China’s stock market crashing in the biggest sell-off …


Daily Edition Travel Gets Boost from Lonely Planet

Planning your next vacation is the perfect way to avoid the end of summer blues, and The Daily Edition is here to help. Over the next four weeks, Friday’s Daily Edition travel section will feature the work of expert travelers and writers from Lonely Planet. The largest guide book publisher in the …

Adventure Travel

Guide to Get More Traffic to Your Blog from Flipboard

Increasingly, we hear that Flipboard is an important referral of traffic for bloggers. With 34,000 topics scanning 21 million magazines curated from articles on Flipboard as well as all over the Web, there are many opportunities for bloggers to get surfaced in front of an audience that’s interested …


5 Topics for…Burning Man

Only a few days left until the gates open for Burning Man, a week-long, free-spirited event in the Nevada desert. This year, 70,000 people are expected to frolick on the playa, a harsh white plain where participants endure heat and dust storms for the sake of community, camaraderie, hedonism, art, …

Burning Man

On the Red Couch with L.A. Times Reporter Diana Marcum and Photographer Robert Gauthier

The chances of California returning to normal water conditions is like a snowball’s chance in, well, California. The picture is not a good one. River beds are dry, farms are parched and boats sit idle throughout the state.
If one thing has grown from this mega-drought, it’s the perseverance amongst

Los Angeles

Vote for Us at SXSW 2016!

Flipboard is part of two exciting panel proposals for SXSW 2016. Please take a quick second to vote for each one!

Will Smartphones Replace Textbooks? (SXSWedu)

Students today are glued to their screens, but how can they use their smartphones for something that’s actually making them smart? When used

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5 Topics for…Hurricane Katrina Anniversary

Hurricane Katrina made landfall nearly 10 years ago. The deadly storm killed approximately 1,800 people, displaced more than 400,000 residents and cost billions in property damage. The effects of the natural disaster are still felt in the areas hardest hit, including parts of Florida, Louisiana, …


The Week in Review: Most Livable Cities Report Reflects Global Issues

Melbourne, Australia, topped the Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) list of most livable cities for the fifth year running earlier this week. Rounding out the top five were, in order: Vienna, Vancouver, Toronto, and Adelaide, Australia, and Calgary, Canada, tied for fifth.

A noteworthy finding was …


Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of August 17, 2015)

The Daily Edition was filled with diverse stories this week, from the Ashley Madison hack, to the FDA‘s approval of “Female Viagra” and an increased spotlight on immigration. Read our top picks from the week that was.

1. 7 things we’ve learned from the Ashley Madison leak – MarketWatch, Priya …

Top 10

Publisher Spotlight: The Wall Street Journal

# of Flipboard Magazines: 15

# of articles flipped: 727

Best Magazine Titles: “ Keywords: Ideas in tech” and “A-Hed: Quirky Reads From The Wall Street Journal”

Most Liked Articles: “Want Great Longevity and Health? It Takes a Village,” “Why Children Need Chores” and “What the World Will Speak in …

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Fine-tune Your Flipboard

Your interests and passions are as unique as you are—which is why today’s update gives you greater controls over the content you see in your Cover Stories. Often the first stop for readers, Cover Stories is your Flipboard “home feed,” offering a quick overview of everything you’re following from …

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On the Red Couch with The New Yorker Deputy Editor Pamela McCarthy

The New Yorker magazine is known for many things, including exceptional journalism, smart criticism and its beloved, quirky cartoons. Now on Flipboard, The New Yorker has archived some of their best reporting in magazines about history, humor, politics and the arts.

To find out what it’s really like

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Spotlight: Meet the Press Producer Joe Toohey

My name is Joe Toohey and my love of storytelling led me to working at NBC News.

I use Flipboard as a major news source / time waster / interesting stuff finder.

I enjoy reading on Flipboard because it covers everything. I can be reading an article about the 2016 presidential race and one flip later …

Meet the Press

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of August 10, 2015)

After a week of difficult news stories, historic events and interesting developments in the tech and science worlds, here are the articles that covered it all in The Daily Edition.

1. Marines who removed flag at U.S. Embassy in Havana see it raised again – CNN, Laura Koran

Top line: The three Marines …

Top 10

The Week in Review: Google Announces Company Restructuring

What began as the world’s most popular search engine is now—officially—much more than that. On Monday, Google co-founder and current CEO Larry Page announced a new parent company named Alphabet to oversee all of its ventures. Google, whose new CEO will be current Product Chief Sundar Pichai, will …


#NoFilter: Follow Flipboard on Instagram

On Instagram you can follow @Flipboard for an inside look at our culture, team and community. We also publish interesting quotes from our and photos from stories in the Daily Edition, The Shot and The Weekend.

If you want to invite your Instagram friends to follow you on Flipboard, simply share your …

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On the Red Couch with Citilegs Creator Stacey Baker

Stacey Baker is known for her excellent eye. As the Associate Photo Editor of The New York Times Magazine, one can only picture—pun intended—the number of photos she sees on a given day.

But that’s not even what first attracted us to Baker’s work. The former lawyer is also the creator of Citilegs, a

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5 Topics for…Fantasy Football

One month before the NFL season kicks off, another year fantasy football is heating up. According to the Fantasy Football Trade Association, 56.8 million people engage in the competitive and social world that makes everyone an expert in their favorite sports. As the NFL fantasy parties begin, use …


5 Flipboard Magazines for Summer Style

Whether you’re road tripping, globe-trotting or just sitting on the beach, dress for the last days of summer with Flipboard. Let us inspire your closet and look your best with topics like summer fashion, street style and vintage clothing.

Here are five Flipboard Magazines for summer style:

Style …

Summer Fashion

Daily Edition Top 10 (Week of August 3, 2015)

This week the 2016 presidential election kicked into high gear with the first GOP presidential debate, Jon Stewart signed off from “The Daily Show” after 16 years at the helm and the 70th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima was observed. Below are the stories that covered those important events …

Top 10

The Week in Review: Attention on Women in Sports

A string of achievements by women in sports has increased attention on their individual successes and the larger role they play in the world of athletics.

American mixed martial artist Ronda Rousey defeated Bethe Correia on Saturday to capture the Ultimate Fighting Championship’s Women’s …

Women's Basketball

2016 on Tap: CNN Politics Debate Recap with Mark Preston

As part of 2016 Election Central, we will interview a key member of CNN’s political team after each debate. They’ll break down who was helped and hurt by the previous night’s jousting and give us a peek into what we should watch for in the week ahead. Today’s insight comes from CNN Politics …


Introducing 2016 Election Central: Your Guide to the Presidential Race

The 2016 presidential election will dominate the news, conversation and debate in America over the next 450+ days leading up to Election Day 2016. With a record 17 Republican candidates, five Democratic candidates and a constant stream of debates, there will be no shortage of political jousting, …