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    Demand is growing for e-books for hand-held devices

    Online merchants eBooks.com and Fictionwise.com say demand is increasing for digital books downloaded to hand-held devices. 75% of Fictionwise.com’s book sales of 15,000 a month are in PDA format.

    Posted 08/07/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Online merchants eBooks.com and Fictionwise.com say demand is increasing for digital books downloaded to hand-held devices. 75% of Fictionwise.com’s book sales of 15,000 a month are in PDA format.
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    BN Cracks Open eBookStore

    Barnes & Noble.com has opened its eBookStore, featuring Microsoft's Reader technology for desktop PCs and laptop computers. It features works from more than 30 publishers and includes special promotions from authors Robert Ludlum, Nicholas Sparks, Orson Scott Card and Scott Turow. Among the major publishers featured in the eBookStore launch are Time Warner, Random House, Simon & Schuster, St. Martins, Farrar, Straus & Giroux and Walker & Co. The...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Barnes & Noble.com has opened its eBookStore, featuring Microsoft's Reader technology for desktop PCs and laptop computers. It features works from more than 30 publishers and includes special promotions from authors Robert Ludlum, Nicholas Sparks, Orson Scott Card and Scott Turow. Among the major…
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    E-Book Update

    Microsoft Corp. says that online retailer Amazon.com has selected the Microsoft Reader as the preferred format for Seattle-based Amazon's future e-Book store. Separately, Adobe Systems Inc. and Barnes & Noble.com have announced plans to expand the availability of eBooks in the Adobe Portable Document Format (PDF) at the Barnes & Noble.com eBookStore. Redmond, Wash.-based Microsoft will create a customized Amazon.com version of Microsoft Reader,...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Microsoft Corp. says that online retailer Amazon.com has selected the Microsoft Reader as the preferred format for Seattle-based Amazon's future e-Book store. Separately, Adobe Systems Inc. and Barnes & Noble.com have announced plans to expand the availability of eBooks in the Adobe Portable…

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