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  • April 10, 2011
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Some of you, who are already using Kindle for the Web to check the content of a book before buying it, may wonder whether it’s possible to read free chapters in a Kindle for the Web interface on an iPad. We made a little test and the answer is: yes. We recently started a special…

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  • April 8, 2011
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via youtube.com Editis publishing company made this short film to demonstrate the future of books. Paper books will never disappear, but wouldn’t it be nice to use all the possible benefits of electronic books? Afraid of Ebooks? Look How Convenient Our Life Can Be With Them [Video]

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  • March 30, 2011
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Look for this widget on pages with paper editions A couple of months ago Amazon introduced a new functionality, Kindle for the Web, which lets users read samples of books available at their bookstore. You can read for free a first chapter, but also embed such a book on your blog or share it with…

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  • March 29, 2011
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Readability button Everyone knows how hard it is to read articles on the web, on pages full of banners, sliders, widgets, sharing tools and pop-up windows of all kinds. We, at Ebook Friendly are struggling to make reading on the web a better experience, especially when it comes to discovering books. We love what Instapaper…

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  • March 29, 2011
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For all their locked down, controlling mentality, Apple are good at fixing problems when they arise. If they see a problem with one of their products, they jump on it fast and resolve it. Remember the other day when I posted on iOS4.3 and its tethering feature? The one that even let’s you tether your…

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  • March 25, 2011
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via youtube.com Discover iBooks on the iPad 2 [Video]

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  • March 25, 2011
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iPad 2 now arrives to 25 more countries. For many people it’ll be a first tablet and they would like to check how does it handle e-book reading. Those who already owned 1st generation iPad and decided to replace it with a new model may also be interested in discovering e-reading possibilities they didn’t know…

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  • March 21, 2011
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With all the hullabaloo surrounding the release of the iPad2 in the US, and the iOS4.3 update, a significant feature upgrade to older devices has been overlooked. In all the reviews and posts on Apple’s iOS4.3 update, I don’t remember reading anywhere that it allowed first-gen WiFi iPads tethering to ye olde iPhone 3GS. If,…

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  • March 12, 2011
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Most struggling authors trying to get published think that anyone with a publishing deal has got it made. I know I used to. While that can be true in rare cases, most often the life of an author – especially the type often tagged as “first-time” or “emerging” – is still a frustrating grind, just…

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  • February 22, 2011
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Remember when I said that the new version of the greenp0ison jailbreak was picked up by iOS and rendered your iBook store, erm, closed? Well, the Empire strikes back (depending on your version of good v evil, that is). Yes, those canny hackers have updated their particular p0ison recipe to Sn0wbreeze – which brings iBooks…