Did Apple’s iPad Help Amazon Sell More Kindle eBooks?

About six and a half months ago (January 27th, 2010 to be specific), most technology bloggers and analysts chose the casket for the Kindle. The iPad was going to kill the Kindle device and distribution model. iBooks was going to take over as the de-facto eBook marketplace just like iTunes became the world’s biggest music store. Amazon looked like it … Read More

Ravin MohindruDid Apple’s iPad Help Amazon Sell More Kindle eBooks?

Apple’s iBookstore Ready for International Launch

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In a perfect world, well Apple’s version of a perfect world, there would be no iPads outside of the US at the moment. But there are! In a few of the countries that the iPad will officially be launched the iBookstore app is starting to show up some locally available content. So we can see Apple starting to breath life … Read More

Stephen NorthcottApple’s iBookstore Ready for International Launch

Alice in Wonderland iPad Book. Beautiful Representation of the Classic Novel

Alice for the iPad Rating: A Beautiful Representation of the Lewis Carroll Classic Novel! One of the selling points of the iPad was it’s ability to act as an eReader and the iBook Store was released to sell books to be read on the iPad. While the iBook Store is packed to the virtual ceiling with books they are all … Read More

Craig WillisAlice in Wonderland iPad Book. Beautiful Representation of the Classic Novel

Weekly news roundup on all things “Touch”

Apple shares are still rising, iPads are selling like hot cakes “virtually”, as well as receiving last minute design changes. Microsoft, Palm and Android are playing catch-up in the mobile space at GDC, and in sales figures. Some with more success than others…. Oh, and eBooks, or iBooks?, may be in a format you recognise and can be read aloud, … Read More

Stephen NorthcottWeekly news roundup on all things “Touch”