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  1. What Amazon Will Be Like in 2030
  2. Survey says: Publishers may sell eBooks direct
  3. One-Day Sale on Kindle DX: 299$ [ENDED]
  4. Schneier on Ebook Fraud
  5. Sony Reader to be released in Russia (officially)
  6. HarperCollins: 'Some heaviest book buyers no longer visit bookstores'
  7. FT: E-books overtake US Paperbacks
  8. Orange Android bookstore
  9. Should unfinished posthumous novels be published?
  10. Congrats to Calibre
  11. Danish book stores to sell ebooks in physical stores
  12. Apple Files Patent Suit Against Samsung Over Galaxy Tablets & Phones
  13. Libraries, Publishing and Disintermediation
  14. Kobo attracts additional $50 million investment
  15. Fictionwise Cancels F&SF Subscriptions
  16. Amazon to launch Library Lending
  17. [Rumor] Scoot over nook, the Kindle want some of that Android tablet action.
  18. Cheapest E-Books Upend the Charts
  19. Amazon launched its German Kindle-store today
  20. Current state of digital comics
  21. Odd report: your iPhone and iPad are tracking you
  22. Amazonís Cloud Crashed Overnight, And Brought Several Other Companies Down Too
  23. Today, April 23rd, is the International Day of the Book
  24. Borders needs $50 million more
  25. Amazonís $23,698,655.93 book about flies
  26. Sony's new tablets
  27. Sony's new tablets
  28. Nook = Tablet
  29. O'Reilly Javascript Book Author on Piracy
  30. ASUS Eee Pad Transformer
  31. Amazon Announces Quarterly Earnings
  32. Ebooks in Portuguese!
  33. Amazon begins shipping Ad-Supported Kindle
  34. Barnes & Noble Charges Microsoft with Misusing Patents
  35. Engadget Reviews the Notion Ink Adam
  36. Passwords, mashwords..........
  37. Uncensored Dorian Gray
  38. The Tablet of the Future From 1994
  39. Poll: 80 Percent of Californians Have Read a Book for Fun in the Last Month
  40. Pocketbook 360 gets Wifi and a few other refreshes
  41. Play Doom on eink Screen
  42. NookColor now at Staples
  43. AT&T wants you to read more
  44. Science fiction writer Joanna Russ dies
  45. The Future of Ebook readers - portable display glass
  46. E Ink: No successor to Pearl this year
  47. Quanta receives tablet PC orders from Amazon, say upstream sources
  48. U of Washington Study: Kindle DX not quite there as a replacement for textbooks
  49. "The book publishing industry has entered a period of long-term decline"
  50. Engadget:amazon tablet shipping '11
  51. UK general title digital book sales soar to £16m in 2010
  52. Evil Canada
  53. Digital book sales soar in the UK
  54. Today In Ridiculous French Regulations: eBook Price Controls!
  55. WalMart selling Kindles now. Really.
  56. enTourage Pocket eDGe on Woot today $149.99
  57. NookStudy for Mac and Windows updated
  58. Eink printed on Cloth, Tyvek plus ....
  59. Barnes & Noble to unveil new e-reader on May 24
  60. Frasier Speirs: On eBook Pricing
  61. Ebooks on a bender
  62. Kindle price increase? (UK)
  63. Amazon removing gay ebooks from their catalog again
  64. Nielsen: How We Use Tablets in the U.S.
  65. Flexible Color E-Ink prototypes
  66. Scrollmotion to team up with Smashwords
  67. BeBook Live announced
  68. New Bookish site - collaboration of 3 major publishers
  69. eBook Gold Rush
  70. Amazon Ordered Color Kindle Tablets, Expected Before Holidays
  71. E-book Sales Are Exploding And Hurting Paperbacks, Publishers Say
  72. Politician's Mother Makes Him Apologize for Calling Neil Gaiman 'Pencil-Necked Weasel
  73. iFlow reader another casualty thanks to the Agency 5 and Apple
  74. Google E-books
  75. The Gold Kindle
  76. Bezo's response "Stay Tuned" w/ regards to Android Tablet
  77. ViewSonic Launching 7" Honeycomb tablet
  78. E-Books Rank as #1 Format among All Trade Categories for the Month
  79. Amazon
  80. E-readers 'a threat to impressive-looking bookshelves'
  81. Borders Poised for a Breakup?
  82. Piracy sends "Go the [edit] to Sleep" to #1 on Amazon
  83. E-Ink and Epson working on a 300ppi e-ink screen!
  84. Star Wars back catalog - June 28
  85. Hanvon Dual-Touch ERT
  86. Philip Roth wins Booker
  87. UK review of copyright law for new media
  88. U. of Michigan Library and Hathitrust tackle orphan works
  89. Mirasol on a Phone at SID in LA
  90. 'Retina' (300dpi) eInk Display under development
  91. Mirasol showcases 4.1-inch smartphone concept at SID 2011
  92. E-books drive older women to digital piracy
  93. Amazon electronics trade-in program announced
  94. Epub coming to Amazon and the Kindle!!!
  95. Amazon Expands Its Publishing Business
  96. Amazon Now Selling More Kindle Books Than All Print Books
  97. Liberty Media Offers to Buy B&N
  98. Science Fiction... but not as you know it
  99. HMV to sell Waterstones to Russian billionaire
  100. E-Books Outsell Print Books at Amazon - NY Times
  101. Ebooks as video games, apps?
  102. 3M Announces Cloud Library Ebook Lending
  103. New Flexible Color Display by SONY Shown at SID 2011
  104. US - Bill S. 968 re piracy
  105. Elgan: Here comes Amazon's 'Kindle for movies' I predict that Amazon will ship a vide
  106. British report takes aim at copyright "lobbynomics"
  107. Nook Color drawing in female readers
  108. E Ink's Smart Snowboard
  109. Amazon to Compete with the Big 6
  110. Kobo Touch $129
  111. Touch may be coming to Kindle.
  112. Barnes & Noble new ereader announcement
  113. GoComics/ Merger
  114. New Ads at end of Amazon Books are just what I wanted
  115. Hemingway's fishing carnival in Cuba
  116. WOW, The Kindle's battery life doubles overnight
  117. Ectaco shows off the Jetbook K12 and K12 Color at Book Expo
  118. France writes the "agency model" into national law
  119. The Battery Life Battle Continues!
  120. barnes and noble's Nook to Amazon's Kindle Ummm Yes we do
  121. Random House UK Joins iBookstore
  122. Google Translate: Will this new function kill foreign rights?
  123. Extremely Thorough review of the Onyx M90
  124. Has Google walked away from its eBookstore?
  125. First $50 eReader Hits the Market
  126. DC Comics to go day and date on all digital comics
  127. Borders abandons ebook business to Kobo
  128. All Borders stores in Australia to close
  129. *Steampunk* Coiner Predicts the Death of eReaders
  130. Qualcomm abandons Mirasol eReader (for now)
  131. Windows 8 Teaser (with tablet implications)
  132. How far would YOU go to buy a tablet/ereader?
  133. The $23,698,655.93 book at Amazon
  134. Readability adds Send-To-Kindle support...
  135. 'Barnes & Noble clearly want consumers to think that this *is* a Kindle'
  136. Ricoh eQuill eWriter Tablet
  137. 'I should be the Nook's ideal customer. But I'm not...I am locked in.'
  138. Consumer Report: BN/Amazon e-reader battery life claims are essentially meaningless
  139. Financial Times launches new independent app
  140. New contender for the Nook Color?
  141. Lilian Jackson Braun
  142. The Danger of E-books by RMS
  143. Kindle Will Be 10% of Amazon Sales in 2012
  144. Nice rechargeable booklight
  145. Amazon moving in on publisher's turf
  146. An Awful Review of the ANN and the Kobo Touch
  147. Borders Reorganisation: News bids?
  148. Moving Forward in E-Readers
  149. Apple takes a step back with subscription requirements
  150. Nook Touch has a browser
  151. Why ebooks are bad for you
  152. "Why is wrong about ebooks"
  153. Kindle now available in Canada
  154. HP Touchpad will be available in July (wifi version)
  155. Government minister says Australian general bookstores to be wiped out in five years
  156. Amazon prepping color Kindle w/ video streaming.
  157. iPad 3 Coming This Year With 2560x1920 Resolution Display?
  158. The Exorcist finally being released September 27
  159. FOXNEWS: The secret to ebook sales is...
  160. A&R to close 42 stores across Australia
  161. Kobo E-reader Hack Lets You Recharge Using Solar Panels
  162. Under new Overdrive model users will no longer choose a file format, just 'ebook'
  163. Fox News: Heaving bosoms are the real force behind ebook sales
  164. Kindle-only children's series launched
  165. Kobo Touch review: 'flawed (at best) or nightmarish (at worst)'
  166. American Gods 10th Anniversary Edition
  167. E-book scams rise (buying or stealing content)
  168. Consumer Reports: Nook Beats The Kindle
  169. ISP sends copyright warning letters to 300 people
  170. USA Today Review: 5 e-book readers for less than $175
  171. JK Rowling Announcement
  172. Irex is back with IRX - 6 fps on Sipix screen
  173. Switched On: e-readers drive to digital distraction
  174. John Locke the first Million Kindle Indie author
  175. Amazon offers jobs to avoid collecting Texas sales taxes
  176. Amazon Tablet to Launch in As Early As August According To Parts Suppliers
  177. A tablet you can read outside...coming soon
  178. Apple Gets Touchscreen Patent
  179. Barnes and Noble Financial results for fiscal year
  180. Sony Reader Lives on with Rowling!
  181. DisplayMate: Tablet Shootout
  182. HP announces Pivot for TouchPad
  183. Ebooks: the latest frontier for spam
  184. Harry Potter eBooks to be officially sold
  185. E-Reader Ownership Outpacing Tablets
  186. New Study Shows Ereader Ownership Growing Faster than Tablet Ownership
  187. 3M Library Platform Reader is the TXTR
  188. New Neal Stephenson
  189. Amazon threatens to shut down California Affiliates program
  190. Uzbekistan Electronic Book (Jet Book) projects
  191. Senor RIM exec begs CEOs to shape up...has it fallen on deaf ears?
  192. How To Make It As An Independent Bookseller
  193. Angry Robot subscripion service
  194. HP Touchpad Engadget review ..
  195. B&N offers free books with upgrade to Nook
  196. New York Times Caves, Gives Apple Its 30% Cut
  197. For ebook devotees, reading is a whole new experience
  198. Macmillan Compass - Out of print books
  199. Kansas State Librarian Argues Consortium Owns Content from OverDrive
  200. Amazon Buys The Book Depository
  201. E-Ink In Watches Now
  202. Pearson Australia buy RedGroup estore websites
  203. Hamster offers eBook conversion
  204. HP TouchPad is here
  205. A guide to why Amazon is losing the tax battle
  206. OverDrive DRM-free eBooks Now Available to Libraries
  207. Sony #1 brand in Asia
  208. Major UK & International author forced to self-publish in States
  209. RIAA's new tactic can make even the innocent guilty
  210. Problems loading Library Books
  211. Nook leaps past the kindle, NookCOLOR sales grow while iPad declines
  212. Amazon Kindle/tablet to feature dual screens?
  213. iPad HD/Plus (rumor)
  214. Nextbook Next6 ebook reader tablet
  215. Tablet suppliers are gearing up production
  216. Google reader coming out (Iriver Story)
  217. Newspapers to sell Android tablets to subscribers
  218. New Bookless Library Opens
  219. Fujitsu unveil a next gen color epaper screen (with video)
  220. PDFMasher Turns PDFs into EReader Friendly HTML the Right Way
  221. Interesting.........
  222. Android Market app gets major overhaul and adds Books and Movies purchase to app
  223. Kobo to open German ebookstore today
  224. Review of iRiver HD out
  225. KSO 3G Now $139
  226. WSJ: Amazon to Release Tablet, Two new Kindles, in October
  227. B&N scores!
  228. On the Road - the movie
  229. 150 e-book companies at Tokyo book fair
  230. East of Denver by Greg Hill wins 2011 Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award Winner
  231. Jaycee Dugard's Memoir Top-Seller on Amazon
  232. New Stephen King Ebook
  233. Are Fair Use Rights coming to an end?
  234. Students and eReaders: Kindles and Nooks
  235. Borders in USA to close
  236. Kindle Textbook Rentals!
  237. Angry Robot Books signs Paul S. Kemp
  238. President saves over 10,000 jobs at Borders Bookstores
  239. Lenovo Android tablets available for preorder!
  240. Gollanz to launch world's biggest SFF library
  241. Kobo trying to untangle itself from Borders mess
  242. Adobe Digital Editions 1.8 preview now available
  243. Google labs to close
  244. Google Search Looks for Intercepts
  245. Sony v Kindle
  246. Open source option to PDF!
  247. Can JK Rowling bring on e-book standardization?
  248. J.K. Rowling Chooses Google eBooks!
  249. Kobo / Apple purchasing changes
  250. Publisher pirates their own books