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The Financial Times launched on Flipboard, combining its authoritative journalism with Flipboard's personalized reading experience. Flipboard users across all Android and iOS devices will now have access to a broad range of FT content, including news, commentary, analysis, blogs, and video.

Posted May 10, 2013

Crafter Software Corp., a spinoff of Rivet Logic Corp., is now offering web content and web experience management software. This enables its customers to deliver strategic content tailored to end users through multiple online channels. Crafter Software's offerings are based on the Crafter CMS open source project, letting companies develop and manage rich web and mobile experiences.

Posted May 07, 2013

Aquafadas, developer of digital publishing solutions and creative software for HTML5 creation, has inked a new deal with Vienna-based zweipunktnull GmbH to tackle the digital publishing market. With a focus on ebooks, as well as a great deal of experience in the digital magazine market, the two companies look toward the future to address specific needs in the rapidly evolving sectors.

Posted May 07, 2013

SAVO announced a new version of its sales enablement mobile app, Sales Mobile Pro version 4.0, touting a new user interface, whiteboarding, and the ability to share documents via webcast directly within the application.

Posted May 02, 2013

Hachette Book Group will make its entire digital catalog of more than 5,000 ebooks available to libraries and schools via OverDrive. Beginning May 8, OverDrive-powered libraries and schools in the U.S. and Canada will have access to authors such as David Baldacci, Sara Zarr, Sandra Brown, James Patterson, David Sedaris and Kate Atkinson. OverDrive supplies Next Generation digital library services for more than 22,000 libraries and schools, with support for all major e-reading devices, including iPad, Nook, and Kindle.

Posted May 02, 2013

I'm finally getting around to reading Anna Karenina, thanks to modern technology. Seems odd that a book lover like myself didn't download the year's best-sellers as soon as my iPad showed up, right? Well, here's something even stranger. I used my Amazon app to order the hardcover version of Dennis Lehane's new book, Live by Night, and the paperback version of John Irving's latest, In One Person. It seems a bit sacrilegious, huh?

Posted Apr 30, 2013

Many content experts have often complained about ebook publishers that, unfortunately, don't often take full advantage of the technology and instead simply deliver static, electronic versions of an existing book. To many, this seems like a wasted opportunity to offer more value to readers, but others are starting to offer suggestions on how to improve the experience.

Posted Apr 29, 2013

Amazon.com, Inc. continued the global expansion of its Appstore by announcing that developers can now submit their apps for distribution in nearly 200 countries, including Australia, Brazil, Canada, Mexico, India, South Africa, South Korea, Papua New Guinea and Vatican City. These apps will be made available when the Amazon Appstore for Android launches internationally for consumers.

Posted Apr 17, 2013

Facebook was probably hoping it had satisfied the rumors of a Facebook phone when it introduced Facebook Home, but early reviews would suggest that users aren't exactly satisfied. After hitting the Google Play store on April 12, Facebook Home has a mere 2.5 star rating -- with nearly half of the people who have downloaded the app giving it just one star.

Posted Apr 15, 2013

NOOK Media LLC, a subsidiary of Barnes & Noble, Inc., announced the launch of NOOK Press, a new self-publishing platform offering authors a fast, easy and free way to write, edit, collaborate and publish the ebooks and directly distribute them to readers.

Posted Apr 11, 2013

WeVideo.com, introduced its new Android mobile video editing app which offers a cloud-based "iMovie-like" editing experience for Android phone owners who have the Jellybean OS. The app is available as a free download on the Google Play store.

Posted Apr 10, 2013

The textbook market has long been ahead of the rest of the publishing industry when it comes to digital books. Textbooks were a natural fit for e-readers, allowing for easy updates and social studying features, but a recent Springer whitepaper, "eBook Use and Acceptance in an Undergraduate Institution," says the proliferation of devices has not necessarily translated to higher ebook acceptance among college students at Wellesley.

Posted Apr 10, 2013

Engage Mobility, Inc. has announced that it will bring an augmented reality mobile platform to market as early as June 2013. The Company has recently acquired the perpetual license rights to core AR technology and back end MCRM software and will integrate this technology into its proprietary digital video marketing platform and Dynamic Data delivery system to form the Engage Visual Engagement System for business.

Posted Apr 09, 2013

This time around the rumor mill wasn't so far off from the truth. During an April 4 event, Facebook debuted Home, a custom homescreen for Android phones. Not quite the phone many had predicted, but not totally unrelated. Users of one of these phones will see a Cover Feed when they wake up the device, and all of their friends updates -- links, photos, etc. -- will be right there on the homescreen. And instead of having to open an app to use Instagram or Facebook messenger, users will be able to do all of those things straight from the homescreen of a phone with Home downloaded on it.

Posted Apr 04, 2013

DataSalon has announced that MasterVision is now available on the iPad. It is now available immediately for all existing clients at no extra cost. The iPad version of MasterVision retains the core functionality of the existing desktop browser version: integrating a publisher's customer data into a single view for every individual and institution.

Posted Apr 04, 2013

Flipboard announced its latest update, which includes new content from Etsy and new tools that allow users to become content curators in their own right. The upgrade at the center of this release allows users to save content -- from articles to videos -- and organize it into "magazines."

Posted Mar 28, 2013

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt (HMH) announced it has chosen Kno, a leader in education software, as a digital learning platform to deliver its K-12 core curriculum content to schools in the U.S. Districts can now purchase curriculum directly from HMH that is enhanced with Kno's interactive features, social sharing, and learning analytics to promote student engagement through digital adoption. This content is available on all the leading platforms, including iOS, Android, Windows 7 and 8, and Web browsers.

Posted Mar 20, 2013

Look around you: It's clear that conditions are coming together to produce a "perfect storm" that will rip across the mobile app space, paving the way for apps that enable everything-from games and entertainment, to education and healthcare, to retail and daily productivity-and leave an indelible mark on our daily lives.

Posted Mar 19, 2013

Van Gennep announced the release of PublishingNOW! App, a mobile client for PublishingNOW!, the DAM-driven editorial management solution.

Posted Mar 18, 2013

In an increasingly challenging publishing world where authors see their prospects fading, Tim Sanders saw opportunity. So he and a team of fellow entrepreneurs recently founded Net Minds, an ambitious new Pasadena, Calif.-based startup that seeks to transform the industry by offering an entirely new model for book writers to bypass traditional and self-publishing.

Posted Mar 13, 2013

There have been many studies of consumer shopping habits and what drives the purchase of unplanned items. Product displays, sales, placement, packaging, signage: These all play a part in driving purchases, particularly for items that were not part of the reason the consumer went to that store. Emotion and instant gratification play a big part too. But do these same rules apply when it comes to ebook shopping?

Posted Mar 12, 2013

Ingram Content Group announced it will add thousands of popular Harlequin titles to its MyiLibrary platform. Harlequin will add more than 12,000 titles to the MyiLibrary platform. Titles will be frontlist and backlist, nonfiction and fiction titles, and will be from multiple Harlequin imprints. The company will continue to use Ingram's Lightning Source print-on-demand solution for its print needs.

Posted Mar 06, 2013

Amazon has made a big dent in Apple's hold on the table market with its Android-based Kindle devices. Android, of course, is the operating system created by Google. Now, according to The Verge, Amazon is taking a bit of a shot across the bow at Google, and introducing an API to allow users "Amazon-based ads in their apps in lieu of (or in addition to) ads from other networks - Google, for example."

Posted Mar 05, 2013

On Monday, Twitter announced it was going to concentrate its efforts on developing its web-based apps - which will likely be no surprise to anyone who has tried to use its mobile apps. The apps will be moved from the app marketplace in early May.

Posted Mar 05, 2013

Bazaarvoice is now piloting the Mobile Associate App, powered by user-generated content, the app turns store associates into advisors by arming them with the knowledge and content that can convert "show-rooming" into sales.

Posted Mar 05, 2013

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