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With an upcoming update to its iBooks app, Apple's is aiming to blunt many of the advantages of Amazon's Kindle platform.
Barnes & Noble is offering in-store users of devices running its e-reader software a tall cup of coffee free of charge.
New York periodical publishers see iPad, the iPhone and other portable devices as a new source of revenue.
Barnes & Noble's new BN eReader app for iPad offers access to more than a million books, and lots of customizable options.
Apple celebrates exceeding Microsoft’s value by releasing a minor update to iBooks. And if you’ve got the sniffles, watch out: maybe you’ve got a computer virus.
Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos told shareholders that the company has no plan to compete directly with the iPad, choosing instead to focus on "serious readers."
A pair of recent surveys say that not only has the iPad gained significant traction among consumers, but its users are overall pretty happy with the device.
IDC on Thursday said tablet shipments could top 46 million by 2014.
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Google's manager for strategic-partner development, Chris Palma, has announced that Google's e-book service, Google Editions, will launch in late June or July.
More and more writing tools are adding the ability to export to the iPad-compatible ePub format. Dan Moren thinks that's a great thing for writers.
Oceanhouse is celebrating the 40th anniversary of Earth Day by releasing an interactive eBook and game of the Dr. Seuss environmentalist-themed classic, The Lorax, as well as a set of 100 Dr. Seuss themed e-cards.
The Barnes & Noble Nook e-reader will go on sale Sunday at 1,070 Best Buy stores and on the electronics retailer's Web site.
BenQ plans to continue to focus on e-readers instead of developing a tablet device similar to Apple's iPad, and is planning a color nReader for later this year.
The TSA announced that iPads and similarly-sized electronics can go through security screenings while still in your carry-on.