PARIS--()--Fotopedia, the publisher of popular iOS apps and the Fotopedia Magazine, today announced it is launching the first ever tech lifestyle magazine of its kind on Flipboard. For one week only, LeWeb Magazine will report live from LeWeb ’11 on the people and the culture that shape technology innovation all around the world.
“With this LeWeb Magazine on Flipoard, Fotopedia brings a new form of live photo reporting to our readers. Anyone who is interested in innovation and innovators will love flipping through these stories from LeWeb.”
LeWeb Magazine focuses on the un-tech side of tech, showcasing the fascinating people that drive disruptive innovation in original visual stories organized as stunning slide shows.
LeWeb founder Loic Le Meur said, “It’s fantastic to see Fotopedia and Flipboard collaborating to share what makes LeWeb one of the world’s favorite gatherings of tech lovers. You can get all the tech news from reporters and bloggers and everything happening on stage via our live stream, but if you want to get “full access,” and see what most people won’t see, including backstage and the parties, you’ll see it on LeWeb Magazine.”
Flipboard CEO and Founder Mike McCue said, “With this LeWeb Magazine on Flipoard, Fotopedia brings a new form of live photo reporting to our readers. Anyone who is interested in innovation and innovators will love flipping through these stories from LeWeb.
LeWeb Magazine is available for free today on Flipboard and as @lewebmagazine on Twitter.
With more than 3,000 participants from 60 countries around the world, LeWeb brings together the most influential people in the Internet ecosystem, from the promising start-ups to the well-known powerhouses. Top industry entrepreneurs, executives, investors, senior press & bloggers gather to explore the key issues and opportunities in the web marketplace.
To see the event live, go to www.leweb.net.
With more than 5 million downloads to date, Fotopedia is the publisher of a suite of iOS apps, including Fotopedia Heritage and the recently launched Fotopedia Japan. The company was founded by Jean-Marie Hullot, who was previously CTO at NeXT and CTO of Apple’s Applications Division. The company has offices in San Francisco and Paris.