Are you unsure about which eBook reader to buy? eBook readers come in different varieties and price ranges. We analysis 10 most popular eBook readers.
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 [...]
I get email coupons from Barnes and Noble all the time. Recently, after reading the small print, I wondered why the coupons cannot be applied toward eBook purchases. By now, you know me well enough to know that I had to ask them. Their response: Thank you for your email regarding applying coupons to eBooks: [...]
Amazon announced this week that for the first time, there eBook sales have exceeded hardcovers. It is important to note that in May Amazon split the bestseller lists into the “Top Paid” and “Top Free” books because claiming free books as “bestsellers” was being called inaccurate (by me and many others). The current figures are based on [...]
Kirkus Reviews closed this week, affecting booksellers and librarians as they choose books to stock the shelves. Three major publishers announced plans to delay major titles in electronic format. Will this affect audiobook readers? Kirkus: You may not recognize Kirkus Reviews, but booksellers and libraries relied on the journal to guide them. Relying on the [...]
Remember Napster? As mp3 music downloads became a booming business, Napster provided an outlet for users to share music for free. After several lawsuits citing copyright infringement, Napster declared bankruptcy and was sold off to Roxio, where it found new life as a legal membership-based music download service. A similar issue is now facing eBooks [...]