There seem to be an increasing amount of electronic gadgets appearing on the market; each one doing something slightly better than the one before. Books have not escaped this process; the original e-ink e-reader was a Sony device, although Kindle was the reason eBooks became popular. In the beginning, such devices were comparatively simple. They connected to the internet, allowed you to download a book and gave one the ability to read it on the device.
If you are like me and still do your eBook hunting and buying across different websites and in different digital formats due to the availability of certain titles. Contrary to popular belief, Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble surprisingly don’t have every title in existence, you might be shocked that your eBooks don’t just come in [...]
The Apple iPad launch is looming and when it arrives 30,000 free eBooks will be available for download through the iBookstore. On April 3, new iPad owners will also be able to download Amazon’s Kindle app for their device. How cool is it that there is an annual contest for the year’s most bizarre book [...]