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XinXii has begun offering German self-published authors mobile platform sales, and as the segment expands, it and other companies are selling abroad as well.
Nokia offered a preview of its soon-to-launch mobile reading platform, Nokia Reading, at the London Book Fair 2012
Cliff Guren of e-reading platform developer Bluefire discusses why controlling the end-to-end consumer experience should be every publisher’s priority.
Jacob Lewis — the founder of Figment.com — discusses teens, cell phone novels, and why he started a mobile publishing platform
Wonder-Tonic.com has converted a dozen classic novels, from Moby Dick to Ulysses, into QR codes.
At the UNESCO World Forum on Culture and Cultural Industries, Nicholas Gary of ActuaLitté interviewed participants about the most urgent issues facing publishing today. By […]
By Siobhan O’Leary Library service provider DiViBib has released a new free Apple iOS app that will give readers access to a 2,000-title mobile library […]
Several digital publishers across Latin America and South East Asia argue that the ongoing obsession with Kindle and iPad is shortsighted at best, and elitist at worst. […]
By Roger Tagholm Given that music is now “tasted” and explored through sites like Last FM and Spotify, why shouldn’t this model be applied to […]