Android and Me posted on the launch of Samsung and Barnes & Noble’s new $139.00 Galaxy Tab A NOOK.
The Columbus Dispatch writes about Barnes and Noble’s tentative steps to allow some Indie authors to sell actual “books” in its bricks and mortar stores.
Is it possible that Barnes and Noble is figuring this out?
Softpedia posted on the updated Calibre 2.64 eBook library management platform.
GoodeReader reports iBooks starting an Instagram Account to draw more attention to the Apple iBookstore.
Could it be that Apple has finally realized the lull in the eBook marketplace represents an opportunity for anyone interested in taking a piece of Amazon’s action? (The former publishing democratizer is suffering from a bad case of Kindle Unlimited Bloat.)
Fortune reports that the major U.S. publishers are winning the war against their own eBooks, driving the sales of their titles down with inflated prices for two consecutive years now.
Their mad push for the poorhouse has a silver lining that features continued growth in eBook sales by Indie authors and publishers whose affordable titles continue to expand the market.