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Pew research shows one-fifth of US adults read e-books

Apr 05, 2012

Pew research shows one-fifth of US adults read e-books

In a sweeping survey of e-books' impact on reading habits, the Pew report said that four times more US readers, or 15 percent, were reading e-books on a typical day now compared with less than two years ago. #United States #TechTalk #Amazon Kindle #e-books #Melinda Gates Foundation #Amazon.com Inc. #Electronic publishing #Pew Research Center
Why Pottermore will change the way e-books are sold

Mar 28, 2012

Why Pottermore will change the way e-books are sold

If "Pottermore," JK Rowling's new Web store, proves a success, it could provide a model for other authors and publishers and undermine the clout of Amazon.com Inc., which dominates e-book sales. #J. K. Rowling #Amazon Kindle #TechBuzz #Amazon.com #Electronic publishing

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Why Pottermore will change the way e-books are sold

Sep 18, 2014

Molecule Called Picene Is A Potential Candidate For Use In Small-scale Electronics

By Laurel Hamers, American Institute of Physics Thin layer of picene molecules attached to a silver surface maintain their structure and function, demonstrating potential for electronic applications The emerging field of molecular electronics could t...
Why Pottermore will change the way e-books are sold

Sep 17, 2014

Use of forced labor 'systemic' in Malaysian IT manufacturing

The use of forced labor is so prevalent in the Malaysian electronics manufacturing industry that there is hardly a major brand name that isn’t touched by the illegal practice, according to a report to be published Wednesday. The report is the result ...