Oyster, theÂ all-you-can-read e-bookÂ subscriptionÂ service that finally made its debut on Android earlier this month, is now even more accessible. From today, Oyster users can enjoy titles in a web browser on almost any device â€” including your Mac or PC. Oyster’s… Read more ›
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While Amazon’s locked in an ongoing dispute with publishing house Hachette — which has resulted in the publisher’s books being pulled from Amazon’s shelves — Apple’s more than happy to take advantage of the situation. Apple’s iTunes store is currently… Read more ›
Traditionally there are three choices when dealing with iPhone cases: Bulky and effective Razor thin and unreliable Caseless (and vulnerable as a result) This is where The Plasma Case Combo comes in. The Plasma Case Combo consists of the Plasma… Read more ›
Apple was found guilty in July of conspiring with publishers to fix the price of eBooks. As punishment, Apple must delete existing contracts with publishers and negotiate new ones, one at a time to avoid new conspiracy. The government is also pushing for Apple to let Amazon and others sell their books from Appleâ€™s iPhones […]
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If you’re a science fiction or fantasy fan, and you own an iPad, Android tablet, or other e-reader device, you owe it to yourself to check out the second annual Humble eBook Bundle, with a fantastic selection of genre books ready to go, DRM-free. Oh, and you can pay what you want for them, as [...]
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Marvin is a neat little e-book reader for iOS – free for now, but likely to cost about $ 2 by next week. It’s packed with useful features for serious readers and students, plus some ingenious new ideas we’ve not seen in other e-book reading apps.
Note from the outset that Marvin only reads ePub files – widely used and very popular, but not the [Read More...]
You need to read more. It’s just a fact. Everyone could stand to read a few more books a year and watch a few less GIFs on the internet. Isn’t that why you bought your iPad? Because you said you’d read more if you had an “eReader”? No? Well you should anyway.
To inject your life with more literature you’ll need to buy a lot of books. They’re not cheap, and they [Read More...]