Twitter might have replaced RSS as the main service that people use to get their news feeds, but there’s still a good portion of us (especially bloggers) that will never give up our RSS feeds.
We’ve been begging Google for a native version of Reader ever since Android was released, but it was starting to look ... Read More »
As we promised earlier this week, Barnes and Noble this morning officially launched their Nook-branded e-reader application for the Android market.
nook for Android will allow users to access their ebook library and shop for over a million ebooks from the nook store right from their Android device. nook has all the conveniences ... Read More »
Update: Post has been updated to reflect user feedback on the price point and updated recommendations.
More and more, Android users are using their phones as a way to keep up with the latest news and information that matters to them. As one of these users, I have been frustrated by the lack of a ... Read More »
In a bit of surprising news, Amazon today announced that an Android application for their popular e-book Kindle service is now available on the Android market for your download pleasure.
The Kindle application does require Android 1.6 or greater, and allows users to search, browse, and purchase e-books from Amazon’s 600,000+ book database, right from ... Read More »
We already knew that Google was planning to launch a digital book distribution network this Summer, but recent comments from Google officials suggest that this is a far more significant effort than was previously expected.
Japan Today is reporting that Google has managed to secure more than 25,000 authors and publishers to participate ... Read More »
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Google is launching its own digital book distribution network, similar to Amazon or Apple iBooks. The service, called Google Editions, looks to launch as early as late June or July, and will break into an extremely tough market.
It will be interesting to see how Editions plays with ... Read More »