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  • April 1, 2011
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via youtube.com Booken R&D Team ha done a great job in developing a video playback technology on an e-ink panel. It’s a matter of months when we’ll see e-ink screen e-readers able to play videos. Playing Video on an E-reader Is Not Possible – Yet [Video]

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  • February 6, 2011
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All the right things are starting to coalesce for online newspapers and magazine subscriptions. While Apple have proved that they are serious about trying to force subscriptions and sales from apps on their devices through their stores, that’s more about business decisions and competition. I’m talking about the days of free ereader with a subscription….

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  • July 7, 2010
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via eBookAnoid As you will know if you have been following this blog, I have often said that the main future of eReaders is not the West, but China, where eReaders and eBooks have taken off with an astonishing bang. This is a market where our well known models (Kindle, Sony, Nook, iPad and so…

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  • May 13, 2010
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According to US media consultants and digital specialists MediaIDEAS, most of the US market magazine market will be digital by 2020 – a predicted 58% delivered by digital means. Most magazines digital by 2020 From the site: “Over the next 10 years, the magazine industry will experience deep-rooted change,

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  • March 29, 2010
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This is such a great article, it warrants a re-run here. It's an overview of the increasingly crowded eReader market, grouping by everyone's number one buying criteria – price …   By Kindle Review via TeleRead, by Paul Biba Kindle review has an excellent overview article on ereaders by price. The divide the readers into…

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  • March 17, 2010
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Many a busy (read exhausted) parent likes to read to unwind and – once their kids hit a certain age – what mum or dad doesn't want their children reading as much as possible. There's no argument that it should be one of a parent's top priorities, and we should all be devoting millions of…

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  • February 4, 2010
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A new report by US market research film NPD Research claims that only 2 per cent of ereader owners expressed any dissatisfaction with their device. The cheat notes on the report: Almost all ereaders satisfied with their device. Wireless access is popular Most want more features and greater ebook range Lots read on other devices…

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  • December 17, 2009
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Reading ebooks on ereaders is great, don’t get me wrong, but at the moment novels (and the occasional textbook) are the only thing most people (including me) are reading on them. What about magazines, blogs, newspapers, and other feeds? These formats represent huuuuge readerships in printed and online publications around the world, and there are…