Digital Book World posted on soon-to-launch ReaderRocket.com, a new web site expected April 18th that will help you pick the perfect eBook Reader to suit your tastes.
DigitalBookWorld offers this excellent post with advice on how to get the most out of your Indie eBook cover.
The LincolnshireReview says digital publishing technology is giving library patrons better access to books and magazines.
JournalPioneer joins others in wondering whether eReaders will make print books obsolete.
TechCheck has a story bound to make traditional publishers salivate about an eBook App that lets readers pay by the page… Yikes!
DigitalBookWorld offers some tips on making your eBook trailer jump off the screen.
GoodeReader reports on Rolling Stones new iPad App.
PublishersWeekly talks about the complex future facing publishers in the eBook Revolution.
DigitalBookWorld says a third of traditionally published authors are interested in Indie publishing their next book.
Check out the .99 cent sale for Indie author G. Wells Taylor’s vampire horror novel Bent Steeple. Limited time offer.
The Washington Post said that eBook use and interest are on the rise among kids.
More from GoodeReader. Kobo is boasting a record setting year exceeding 2012 market forecasts with 4-million new customers joining the ranks of its more than 8-million users. Kobo says it controls 20% of the eReader market and expects “accelerated growth” to continue into 2013.
Mashable presents a nostalgic piece on the staying power of print books.
Technology company Tactus delivered a futuristic new take on the touch-screen tablet to the Consumer Electronics Show 2013 (CES) in Las Vegas.
BBC has amazing video of the technology that causes a 3-dimensional keyboard to “rise” from the flat touch-screen. Very cool.