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Monday 19 April 2010
A new publishing company is betting that readers will bypass electronic readers such as Amazon's Kindle and Sony's Reader in favour of reading bite-sized stories on mobile devices they already own.
Wednesday 07 April 2010
Thursday 01 April 2010
Apple's iPad scored very well in terms of ease of use and battery life in its first reviews, but it won't obliterate the laptop computer market just yet, according to the New York Times and Wall Street Journal.
Monday 01 March 2010
Friday 12 February 2010
Friday 05 February 2010
Monday 01 February 2010
Even as Apple's iPad will likely energize electronic reading, the new device is undermining a painstakingly constructed effort by the publishing industry to make it possible to move e-books between different electronic readers.
Thursday 28 January 2010
The things that we become massively invested in without realising it are extraordinary. I have no real interest in who wins the Eurovision Song Contest each year, but at the height of the voting I'll find myself roaring on Romania or Malta for no particular reason. And it's the same now, after the Apple press conference; I feel mentally exhausted, but all I've got to show for it is a picture of a computer that I'm not likely to be able to get my hands on in the UK for at least two months, and probably longer. Swizz.
Saturday 23 January 2010
Friday 15 January 2010
Tuesday 12 January 2010
Two organisations representing the blind have settled a discrimination lawsuit against Arizona State University over its use of Amazon's Kindle e-reader device.
Saturday 09 January 2010
US Outlook: The Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas always tempts one into flights of fantasy about our technological future.
Friday 08 January 2010
When most people think of electronic book readers, Amazon's thin, white Kindle probably springs to mind. But that could be about to change.
Wednesday 06 January 2010
Amazon.com Inc is to sell its larger Kindle electronic reader, aimed at students, businesspeople and newspaper readers, in more than 100 countries for $489 (£305), following the rollout of its original device last year.
Wednesday 06 January 2010
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