Thomas Minkus reports on CES 2012 and the biggest trends, including interactive televisions, ultrabooks and new smartphones.
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At CES this week, One Laptop Per Child is showing off a new $100 tablet computer with a low-power, full color screen for developing nations.
By Edward Nawotka Today’s lead story looks at the success German retailers had selling e-books this past holiday season. At Thalia, Germany’s largest bookstore chain, […]
By Edward Nawotka A year ago this week, we covered the… launch of the DDB, the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek (DDB) — the German Digital Library […]
By Hannah Johnson “It’s not so much about the content here . . . it’s more about manufacturers, retailers, traditional booksellers, non-traditional booksellers, anyone who […]
By Hannah Johnson At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, Publishing Perspectives was on the lookout for book-related companies, and we stopped by […]
By Hannah Johnson LAS VEGAS: The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) concluded on Saturday with over 140,000 total visitors and 2,700 exhibitors representing a huge range […]
By Hannah Johnson Today in Las Vegas, the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) kicked off with product launches, demos and cool gadget displays. This year, content […]