Opening the Blinds At Digital Book World
The recent conference highlighted the importance of looking outside your silo.
B&N Readies $49.99 Nook Tablet
As it tries to improve sales of digital content, Barnes & Noble has introduced its cheapest Nook yet, the Nook Tablet 7”, priced at $49.99.
Amazon Introduces Kindle Oasis Premium E-reader
The Kindle Oasis is the eighth edition of Amazon's Kindle e-reading devices and is designed to be lighter, thinner and offers a new dual battery system.
Report Details New Digital Publishing Business Models
Just before the London Book Fair, Spain-based Dosdoce.com released an English-language version of its latest report, “New Business Models in the Digital Age.”
Digital Evolution in the Spanish-Language Publishing Market
Spanish is the third-most-widely-spoken language in the world, after English and Chinese, and the revenue potential of 550 million Spanish speakers worldwide is not being overlooked by the publishing sector.
Kobo Glo HD Upgrade Adds High-Res Screen
Kobo upgrades its self-lit e-reader with a new screen and concierge support after taking on customers from failing e-book retailers Sony and BlinkBox.
Kids' Tablet, Fable, to Launch in March
In March, Isabella Products in Concord, Mass., will introduce the Fable, the first “child-friendly, juice-proof” tablet aimed at ages three through 10.
Taking Stock of the Big Screen Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook
Samsung and Barnes & Noble unveiled a new 10.1-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK yesterday. Early word from the tech press on the $300 tablet was mixed.
Publishers React to Amazon's Pop-Up Stores
Recent news that Amazon is getting into bricks and mortar retail, with plans for two California pop-up stores, has gotten people in publishing talking.
3M Library, B&N Offer Nook Lending Program
3M Library Systems is partnering with Barnes & Noble to allow library systems to purchase the Nook GlowLight e-readers directly from the retailer to lend to their patrons.
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