USA TodayKobo Pulse gives ereaders a powerful shot of socialVentureBeatToday Kobo, the maker of the third most popular ereader in the world with 4.9 million users, announced Kobo Pulse, a social reading platform that gives each page of every book ...
Then I was going to buy a Samsung Infuse 4G phone because I figured, with its 4.5 inch screen and numerous Android reading apps, it would be a great way to wait out the upcoming ereader/small tablet releases.
Amazon's grip tightens on the entire book-publishing chainCNNHe asked about publishing his upcoming book The Detachment digitally six months before the paper release, but he says "that was a non-starter." Amazon released the e-book version of The...
The Future Of Books: A Dystopian TimelineTechCrunchLearn More With the launch of the Kindle Fire tomorrow, I thought it would be fun to write a little bit sci-fi and imagine what the publishing market will look like in the next ten or so years.
Amazon Kindle Textbook Rentals Aim to Expand E-Reader MarketeWeekTextbook rental suggests Amazon is moving aggressively to expand the e-book market into areas beyond straightforward buying and selling.
Authors who self-published their books have traditionally done it out of desperation—it was the result of being ignored or rejected by publishing houses. And without the marketing muscle of a publishing house, most of those self-published books were doomed commercially. But the world of self-publishing is changing fast in the digital era.
While sales for tablets such as Apples iPad -- the much talked about device of techies and gadget gurus -- have yet to surpass those of eReaders, they are poised to surpass eReader penetration in Canada.