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Publishing’s Digital Disruption Hasn’t Even Started

Publishing’s Digital Disruption Hasn’t Even Started

IMPERCEPTIBLE, INVISIBLE ALMOST, but it was there at the London Book Fair this year—publishers quietly clapping each other on the back and breathing a collective sigh of relief: Phew, thank goodness that ebook thing is over. Now let’s get back to real publishing. I’m being a little facetious, of course. But this year’s trade show […]

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Kobo Unveils New E-Reader to Take on Kindle Voyage

Kobo Unveils New E-Reader to Take on Kindle Voyage

KOBO LAUNCHES ITS LATEST E-READER, the Kobo Glo HD, which it bills as a device featuring “the highest resolution screen available on the market, at the lowest price.” At $129.99, the device is $70 cheaper than the $199 Kindle Voyage, which Amazon rolled out in September last year. The Glo HD features a six-inch, 300 ppi […]

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Can Digital and Print Peacefully Coexist in the World of Comic Books?

Can Digital and Print Peacefully Coexist in the World of Comic Books?

Mark Waid, one of the leading proponents of digital comic books, made a surprising announcement on his blog earlier this month: He recently bought a comic book store and invested in a second one. In addition to being an award-winning comic book writer, Waid is a co-founder of Thrillbent, a platform for digital comic books, and an advocate of comics produced for online viewing.

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$25 tablets, $2 mobile data plans, and zero margins–how the internet is about to gain 3 billion new users

$25 tablets, $2 mobile data plans, and zero margins–how the internet is about to gain 3 billion new users

Suneet Tuli, CEO of Datawind, maker of the world’s cheapest tablet computer, is going after the three billion people who have everything they need to connect to the internet—except a suitable device.

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