Seemingly contradicting recent reports that iBookstore pricing on the iPad will fall between $12.99 and $14.99 for new releases, The New York Times has a new report which indicates the $9.99 price point may not be dead after all.
As we all look forward to going to sleep tonight with visions of Apple tablets running through our heads, there’s a rumor floating around that Cupertino may be joining hands with bookseller Barnes & Noble to bring e-books to the device.
With CES 2010 just underway, there’s a veritable mountain of eReaders being unleashed to dethrone Amazon’s Kindle and Barnes & Noble’s Nook. If you can’t make it to CES, just sit back and let MacLife.com be your guide through the thick forest of what’s been announced so far!
Adobe is actively wooing publishers to adopt their Flash-based technology for the new digital magazine and newspaper formats, but will it be a standard if Apple’s mythical tablet doesn’t want to play along?
The classic Choose Your Own Adventure series already had a brief flirtation with the iPhone a year ago (courtesy of Magnetism Studios) with a 99¢ app featuring two books — Return to Atlantis and Journey Under the Sea. But now, you can collect nearly 30 more titles, courtesy of the free Amazon Kindle app.
Read on the run with eReader. The app is free; the books will cost you.
When boredom strikes, nothing beats a good book at your side. eReader makes it possible, turning any iPhone or iPod touch into the next best thing since the Amazon Kindle. Granted, it doesn’t endow your device with all the Kindle’s features, but it does make reading on the run as easy as swiping your finger.