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Hot Tech Today: New Digital Magazine Makes Technology Sexy Again

>PRWEB.COM Newswire

Chandler, Arizona (PRWEB) March 25, 2014

Hot Tech Today is set to release a unique digital magazine on the evolving field of consumer and mobile technology -- with a sexy twist. Beginning today, Hot Tech Today is bringing the biggest news in tech to iOS and Android devices everywhere.

Hot Tech Today features writers from all around the world, with years of experience in journalism, consumer technology and software. In the first issue available for download today, the magazine tackles issues like the future of Microsoft with Satya Nadella at the helm, why society is still ignoring Edward Snowden, and gaming in a virtual reality. Each issue of Hot Tech Today also includes a special feature on a hottie, with her photo on the cover and a feature spread inside. The inaugural issue of Hot Tech Today features Shonda Mackey, an experienced model excited to kick off the new magazine.

Readers can interact with the magazine by playing embedded mini-games and puzzles or joining in conversations via the magazine's in-app Twitter feed. Readers can also enjoy audio and video of hotties reading the articles, similar to a podcast. And readers can vote in the app for the Wannabe a Hottie contest, in which readers will choose a "girl next door" to be flown in for a photo shoot and feature at the end of the year. Hot Tech Today is everything a tech enthusiast needs in one app.

Hot Tech Today is now available to download from the iTunes App Store, Amazon App Store, and Google Play. Month-to-month subscriptions are available for $1.99, or readers can purchase a year subscription for $19.99. Single issues of the magazine without a subscription are $3.99.

About Hot Tech Today:
Here at Hot Tech Today, we love tech. Founded by David Kelley and Erica Williams, HTT is here to not only make the magazine industry fun again. With in-depth analysis and on-the-ball reporting, HTT is bringing its readers the news and interactive features they want: the features they won't find in their parents' magazines. Learn more at their website at

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