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Borders, RIP

Borders, RIP

The agonizing end is finally here: Borders, once a major book distributor and retailer, doesn't exist anymore except as a corporate shell in bankruptcy court, with Barnes & Noble taking over the firm'...

Amazon cites first million-selling self-publisher

Amazon cites first million-selling self-publisher

Nice recognition for John Locke from Amazon: he's the eighth author to sell over 1 million Kindle books, but more importantly he's the first independently published author to receive this distinction, s...

Apple: Our users have downloaded 130M books from iBookstore

Apple: Our users have downloaded 130M books from iBookstore

In a stat that almost got lost in the shuffle of Apple's big press day yesterday, CEO Steve Jobs reported that Apple customers have downloaded 130 million books from the iBookstore, though he didn't share any...

Amazon unveils Sunshine eBooks; will lower prices or variable pricing come next?

Amazon unveils Sunshine eBooks; will lower prices or variable pricing come next?

Visitors to the Amazon Kindle eBook page received a nice surprise the other day: the retailing giant unveiled a limited-time Amazon Sunshine promotion, where publishers designated some backlist titles for ...

Researcher: Huge spike in eReading since 2009

Researcher: Huge spike in eReading since 2009

Your perception of more Kindles and Nooks on subways and planes and coffeehouses is not wrong: research-firm eMarketer says the U.S. installed base of reading devices has more than quadrupled since 2009, wi...

Kindle's Popular Highlights: Creepy or useful social networking?

It was a little jarring to be reading a popular book on the iPad the other day and seeing a passage highlighted. There was no indication why the passage was highlighted, nor did a click on it lead any...

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Exciting November: New eReader tabs from BN, Kobo, Amazon

With the three major eReader vendors planning new models for release this month, November 2011 could be the month where the face of eBooks and eReaders changes dramatically.

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Amazon cites first million-selling self-publisher

Nice recognition for John Locke from Amazon: he's the eighth author to sell over 1 million Kindle books, but more importantly he's the first independently published author to receive this distinction, s...

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Converting book formats with Calibre

Found your favorite classic novel but it's not in the right format for your eBook reader? No worries: just convert it with Calibre, an essential tool for anyone working with many eBooks.

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Stanford set to open new library -- sans books

In a sight we're sure to see in much of academia someday, Stanford University is prepping to open a new library next month that will feature 85 percent fewer bound books than the old library, as offic...

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ePub creators: ePub sucks

The group that created the ePub eBook standard now admits that the format really, really sucks and is totally inappropriate for formatting tomorrow's book, a fact that many of us have known for years....

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Shopping for books outside Amazon.com

Amazon.com isn't the only place where Kindle users can download books. By using the experimental Web browser on the Kindle users can connect to alternate book catalogs.

 

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Apple: Our users have downloaded 130M books from iBookstore

In a stat that almost got lost in the shuffle of Apple's big press day yesterday, CEO Steve Jobs reported that Apple customers have downloaded 130 million books from the iBookstore, though he didn't share any...

Read more...

Borders, RIP

The agonizing end is finally here: Borders, once a major book distributor and retailer, doesn't exist anymore except as a corporate shell in bankruptcy court, with Barnes & Noble taking over the firm'...

Read more...
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