Microsoft’s announcement of its Surface Windows 8 tablet yesterday raises almost as many questions as it answers. One critically important unanswered question is: How will users get content for their Surface devices?
Yitoa is a Chinese OEM, and it looks like they are showing off as clone of the flexible ereader I held in my hands yesterday. The ereader that Charbax found in their booth bears more than a faint resemblance to the Wexler FlexOne (including the Wexler label on the back). Of course, there’s a good reason for that; Yitoa is the manufacturing partner for Wexler.
One of the biggest problems facing HTML5 development for mobile devices is the ability to tie the software to the hardware. It is a daunting task that has proved slow going by developers trying to figure out how it can be done.
London, England – Dave Hicks, the designer of the iPad app from UK tech magazine T3, today revealed the secrets being the success of its iPad app, but admits that the future of the Android version could be reliant on the growth of Google Play.
[portuguese] Não dá pra acreditar muito, mas vale noticiar. Durante a realização da 25ª Feira Internacional do Livro de Bogotá, na Colômbia, o Brasil teve destaque como uma potência ainda a ser descoberta no mercado dos livros.
Aquafadas outlines it's plans for the New iPad. A new update will allow publishers to provide high-res versions of their titles for the New iPad, with images that show more detail, and high-quality video, at only 1.5-3 times the current app size.
Wrapped up in today's huge Google Play announcement was an interesting tidbit: Google is scrapping the Android Market and Google Music as independent brands or apps. You can also kiss the company's branded eBookstore goodbye.
Le Digital Economy Act britannique est sur les rails. Cette série de mesures visant à lutter contre le piratage des oeuvres a reçu la bénédiction de la Cour d'Appel lorsque celle-ci a débouté Talk Talk et BT, deux fournisseurs d'accès à Internet qui protestaient contre la loi, jugée liberticide pour leurs clients.
Publishing Executive and Book Business magazines have announced that leading U.S. book publisher Hachette Book Group (HBG) and "social magazine" Flipboard have been selected as the prestigious 2012 Publishing Innovators of the Year.
Google's Compute Engine, announced Thursday morning at the company's annual developers' conference, gives Google a new way to monetize its huge investment in data centers and networking, offers new options for companies looking to run their...
When I think of Apple’s Subscription Service, I immediately think of the villainous superweapon from The Star Wars universe: it’s powerful, built out of arrogance and with two purposes: destruction and control.
Google announced its Google Play cloud content service, which it described as “a digital entertainment destination where you can find, enjoy and share your favourite music, movies, books and apps on the web and on your Android phone or tablet.”