Apr
15

OverDrive signs 500 new publishers

Digital Book World reports that industry-leading distribution platform for eBooks and audiobooks OverDrive has added 500 new publishers to its Global eBook Catalog.

Apr
14

Amazon veers away from democratized eBook reading

Techspective continues the discussion about the expensive new Kindle Oasis eReader as Amazon increases the price of reading an eBook by adding bells and whistles few have asked for.

The Oasis is a good looking piece of hardware, but the online retail giant has forgotten it once championed the low cost, convenience and accessibility of eBooks. Forget “even playing field” and “democratizing” publishing. Who’s going to read a $16 eBook on a $379 (without ads) eReader?

Ironically, Kindle2 first hit the market priced at $379 (without ads) back in 2010. So, has Amazon lost its way, or is it finally getting back to its original game plan?

Apr
13

Amazon Kindle Oasis sleek but not cheap

Mashable posted more on the new Amazon Kindle Oasis that offers a sleek design and improvements for up to $379.00 (without ads).

Apr
12

Details leak on new Kindle eReader

The Verge has an update on leaked details (including photos) of the new Kindle eReader.

Apr
8

Barnes and Noble outsourcing some Nook eBook services

Venture Beat reports Barnes and Noble outsourcing some of its Nook eBook services to Bahwan CyberTek (BCT) in India.

Apr
6

Facebook to become world’s biggest eBookstore?

Digital Book World says Facebook could become the world’s largest eBook discovery and sales platform.

Apr
5

New Kindle eReader coming to market

PCMag reported that Amazon’s Jeff Bezos is talking about the impending release of a new Kindle eReader.

Apr
4
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