1886. Re-released by Text in 2012; e-book I decided to read this in preparation for reading another book: Lucy Sussex’s Blockbuster which is next on the reading pile. I’d seen the recent television adaption but, as is often the case … Continue reading ?
NEW YORK (AP) — The Kindle Oasis is Amazon's sleekest, lightest e-book reader yet — and at $290, unnecessary unless you're a die-hard reader. The Oasis, which started shipping this week, is meant to be a luxury e-book reader — a solid,...Show More Summary
Rakuten's digital book business Kobo has entered the e-book market in Turkey.
Selling digital books to NYC students through an internal marketplace
The Wharton School, Google and McKinsey & Company have teamed up to write a new e-book entitled Pharma 3D: Rewriting the script for marketing in the digital age, which you can download here. The book notes that while the world has experienced...Show More Summary
Topic: Libraries As people become more reliant on devices and less likely to crack open a paperback, libraries have been forced to adapt. Most modern libraries offer e-book and e-magazines, plus movies on DVD and other digital items....Show More Summary
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Amazon.com Inc. won a deal worth about $30 million to provide e-books to New York City, the nation’s largest school district.
Amazon learns this week whether its bid to sell electronic text books to NYC schools is successful.
Amazon will find out this week whether it wins a contract to sell e-books to New York City schools worth as much as $64.5 million over five years.
Following three very successful Kickstarter campaigns, comics writer Greg Pak is now looking to share the lessons he's learned with a new e-book.
Chinese consumers looking to buy a movie or e-book through Apple's iTunes services found themselves out of luck on Friday, as both stores went offline without explanation.
NEW YORK (AP) — Will loyal fans of e-books be willing to pay tablet prices for dedicated e-readers? [...] the company is betting that its sleek frame and a cover that doubles as a rechargeable battery will attract dedicated e-book users...Show More Summary
Amazon unveiled a new Kindle e-book reader called the Kindle Oasis on Wednesday. As Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos hinted last week, the latest Kindle got a complete facelift, with a new design and display that makes it the thinnest and lightest...Show More Summary
A French start-up is marketing a Bluetooth-enabled vibrator that's paired with an erotic Ebook. During the smutty parts, you just tap the screen or shake the device and the vibrator starts right up. "It's going to generate some buzz,"...Show More Summary
Photos of Amazon's new Kindle e-book reader apparently have been leaked through a Chinese site, according to a Reddit post on Monday. The photos show a much slimmer Kindle which comes with a separate case that has its own battery, backing...Show More Summary
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A new Kindle device is almost ready for launch, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos says. On Monday, Bezos tweeted that an "all-new, top of the line" Kindle is coming and he'll be sharing more details next week. The Kindle is Amazon's own e-book reader and has been one of the most popular hardware devices to come out of Amazon. Show More Summary
Topic: Books How hot are romance novels? Over all, annual sales totaled $1.08 billion in 2013, according to the Romance Writers of America, which tracks sales. And their popularity is expected to grow. Last year Scribd, an e-book subscription...Show More Summary
I recently read an article here on Public Libraries online referencing a report from the Association of American Publishers (AAP) talking about the plateau of e-book sales, a sure sign that paper books are making a comeback. In my role as an author and editor, I have experienced quite the opposite. So what’s really going on here?