The NET has gone mobile

Those on the leading edge witnessed a watershed breakthrough milestone this week as the first reports came in indicating that the greater new mobile access to the Internet…great…greater…greatest. The most obvious bell they heard ringing was the sound of iPhone apps, with a first time ever report that there are now more eBooks apps than […]

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Why The Inventor Of eBooks Says Kindle Won’t Go

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Many people have argue with me for years on the subject of dedicated eBook reader devices, with any number of reasons they like them, but it is really only that they can’t read small print or they still want “the look and feel” of the dead trees pulp bound up in dead animal skins. I […]

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EPUB books now available at Project Gutenberg

EPUB Books at PG

It was only a few months ago that Project Gutenberg announced an effort to make mobile all editions of their titles available. This was big news, however, in my eyes the latest eBook format to be released by PG is even bigger news. Project Gutenberg has now made almost all their titles available in the […]

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Stanza eBook reader for the iPhone and iPod Touch

UPDATE: Stanza is no longer maintained so I’d recommend you try out Bluefire Reader. Checkout my iPhone review or iPad review over on epubBooks for some more information on reading EPUB books on the iPhone with Blurefire and other apps. If you are looking for a free eBook reader for your Apple iPhone or iPod Touch then you might want […]

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Portable Reading: Turn your iPhone/iPod Touch into an eBook reader

Portable Reading offers a service to read books from a library of over 20,000 Gutenberg titles in dozens of languages. Readers can upload their own book and share it with friends. They can also communicate with each other and with authors by writing reviews and annotating individual pages with notes. The reading interface is customizable […]

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Digital books on the iPhone to be provided by HarperCollins

NEW YORK (Reuters) reported that publisher HarperCollins said on Wednesday, it will be making 14 new book titles available for Apple’s web-browsing iPhone in an effort to extend publishing into digital formats. Books being made available include; “The Burnt House” by Faye Kellerman, “Now and Forever” by Ray Bradbury and “Obama” by David Mendell. It […]

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