Michael Tamblyn, the Chief Content Officer at Kobo, offers an update on the ebookseller’s magazine store, kids shop and international expansion.
Barnes & Noble announces new Nook Tablets and e-readers in the UK, plus Nook Video service, more retail partners and new International Business Manager.
The latest digital publishing developments from Brazil, Africa, the Arab World, India and China indicate change and challenges for the major global players.
Thomas Minkus reports on CES 2012 and the biggest trends, including interactive televisions, ultrabooks and new smartphones.
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.
Dr. Jennifer Elfert of German app-developer Zuuka! gives tips for how to be publish your apps.
A study from Nielsen reveals that the demographics of tablet and e-reader owners is changing, trending away from early adopters and becoming more mainstream.
What’s to stop magazines, as they transition to digital, from aping their online competition and once again acquiring long-form narrative?
A brief look at some of this past week’s most notable publishing news stories covers Pottermore, e-readers vs. tablets, library e-books and taxes.
O’Reilly’s Tools of Change conference at the Bologna Children’s Book Fair focused on apps vs. e-books, legacy publishers vs. start-ups, and adapting to this digital world. By Sophie Rochester The children’s market is a huge opportunity within the digital publishing arena, but for the first time, computer and tech publishing giant O’Reilly Media took it’s “Tools of Change” conference on …
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