Digital Editions are available once a month as the new magazine is published. Digital edtions are available to current subscribers only with a few exceptions to supplement or specialty issues. To access your digital edition you must first log into your New Technology Magazine account Once logged in, navigate to the Digital Edition are in the menu, located at the top, Technology News.
Download New Technology Magazine digital editions
New Technology Magazine digital editions are hosted on a third-party service called Issuu. There are two methods that you can use to download your digital edition.
In the first method, you will find a “Download PDF” button below each digital edition that will allow you to either download the digital edition in PDF format to your computer or open it in a browser (depending on your browser settings).
The second method is to download the digital edition from Issuu. To do this: log into your subscription, navigate to the digital editions and select the issue you wish to view.
You can view the digital edition by clicking on the cover or the “Expand” button.
In the lower left-hand corner, select the printer icon to download a PDF version of your digital edition.
When you select the printer icon, you will be redirected to our digital-edition host Issuu. You will be asked to sign in or create a new FREE account for Issuu in order to download the digital edition.
Create a free account in Issuu, or create an account with Facebook Connect.
Once logged in, you can print or download your edition.
You will need to have a version of Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your system to read the digital edition. You can download Adobe for free here.
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