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Many of Computing Now's applications were developed by dedicated volunteers and students. Take a look at our completed projects and works in progress!

Check out the Help Wanted section for items on our "wish list," and contact us for details on how to get involved!

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Android App
Developed by Computing Now associate editor George K. Thiruvathukal and his students, this app offers free access to new articles, blog entries, news briefs, and more.

iPhone App
Developed by Computing Now board member Ron Vetter and his students, this app provides free access to new articles, blog entries, news briefs, and more.

iGoogle App
Developed by Computing Now associate editor Christian Timmerer, the CN iGoogle app provides access to current CN content via your iGoogle home page.

Twitter Feed
Developed and maintained by Christian Timmerer, the CN Twitter feed aggregates content from CN and IEEE Computer Society publications.

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eBook Reader
Under development by George K. Thiruvathukal and his students, this reader will provide a mobile-friendly version of all articles in the Computing Now monthly theme.

iPhone App
Student developers from around the world are encouraged to contribute ideas, features, and new design elements to CN's iPhone app. Visit the Sourceforge page to get involved.
 

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Tagging
Sort content by user- or editor-assigned tag to provide topic-based access.

Recommender System
Ability to recommend related content and products according to interest and preferences. Should include keyword-based email alerts, triggered by addition of matching new content

Automated Analytics
Top magazine downloads, most emailed, most viewed content, and so on.