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Ingram Content Group Inc. will provide publisher content to Apple's new iBookstore. After the release of the iPad, publishers and content providers are scrambling to make their products available on iBookstore.

Posted Apr 06, 2010

LibreDigital is working with Apple and book publishers to power the delivery of ebooks to the new iBookstore and iPad. LibreDigital provides a web-based warehouse and distribution platform for several book publishers and 175 periodicals.

Posted Apr 06, 2010

If 2009 was the worst of times for most of the information industry, it was a decidedly good year for manufacturers of digital e-reading alternatives. In a year when 34% of Americans reported cutting down on the number of books they were purchasing, the news of e-readers and tablet devices flying off shelves should be encouraging to businesses whose lifeblood is the provision of engaging content. Yet for publishers, the mainstream adoption of digital reading alternatives and ebooks brings huge financial challenges alongside the tantalizing opportunities.

Posted Apr 02, 2010

thePlatform announced the addition of HTML 5 support to Publish Profiles, which the company released in mpx Beta earlier this year. The addition will allow users to automate the creation of content for HTML 5 no matter what device, browser, or outlet is being used for development or viewing.

Posted Apr 01, 2010

Akamai Technologies, Inc. announced several upgrades for its Akamai Download Manager, along with a new solution, Akamai Download Analytics. These solutions are designed to allow users of the company's Electronic Software Delivery platform to create a customized and branded download experience with the aim of increasing user engagement during the download process, improving conversion rates, and capturing download analytics reporting and data.

Posted Mar 25, 2010

A new offering from OverDrive will allow libraries to add interactive multimedia, DRM-free ebooks, streaming music and movies, and other third-party hosted content to their Virtual Branch websites. Customer libraries will be able to integrate the new features and content through upcoming APIs and apps.

Posted Mar 23, 2010

iMinds, a creator of short-form eight minute MP3 audiobooks on general knowledge topics, has expanded its offering with a range of ebook products.

Posted Mar 18, 2010

Retailer Barnes & Noble announced plans to release a B&N-branded e-reader application for Apple's upcoming iPad tablet.

Posted Mar 18, 2010

Bloomberg L.P. signed a deal with John Wiley & Sons, Inc. that will make Wiley the exclusive publisher of all Bloomberg and Bloomberg Businessweek-branded books.

Posted Mar 16, 2010

NewspaperDirect Inc., a digital distributor of newspaper and magazine content, announced a partnership with enTourage to bring more than 1,500 titles to the enTourage eDGe dual-screen reader through its PressDisplay.com site.

Posted Mar 11, 2010

While ebook publishers continue to focus on the latest bells and whistles, librarians are looking for simplicity and ease of use, according to a survey by HighWire Press, a division of the Stanford University Libraries.

Posted Mar 09, 2010

Audiobook and ebook distributor OverDrive has released an audiobook app for BlackBerry devices.

Posted Mar 02, 2010

Ebrary announced 24 new ebook Starter Packs, designed to make it easier for purchase ebooks in high-interest academic areas.

Posted Mar 02, 2010

McGraw-Hill Professional announced a new service that will offer more than 750 chapters from its diverse book collection of authors and experts.

Posted Feb 26, 2010

NewspaperDirect Inc. has released a new version of its PressReader app for the iPhone.

Posted Feb 23, 2010

Nuance Communications introduced a free PDF reader and conversion tool, Nuance PDF Reader.

Posted Feb 23, 2010

Ebook and audiobook distributor Overdrive announced a set of new services that will expand its digital distribution network for copyrighted digital media.

Posted Feb 23, 2010

Ingram Content Group announced an agreement with the U.S. Department of Defense to offer audiobooks to members of the armed forces and their dependents through Ingram's MyiLibrary e-content aggregation platform.

Posted Feb 19, 2010

Market research firm Signet Research released the findings of a survey of the readers of B2B publications, which sought to determine whether readers preferred print, digital, or online formats of publications.

Posted Feb 12, 2010

Adeptol Viewer Enterprise Edition Version 4.4 now offers built-in high speed buffering and rendering technology to load documents up to 500 MB in size in one second.

Posted Feb 09, 2010

Adobe premier development partner Managing Editor Inc. began distribution of Version 6 of its K4 Cross-Media Publishing Platform, an editorial management system designed for cross-media input and output including workflow and remote access functionality, as well as numerous other features and improvements.

Posted Feb 05, 2010

The 2009 shopping season will give the electronic publishing world its first indication of how consumers, schools, and businesses regard the wave of e-reader devices about to assault them.

Posted Jan 29, 2010

Vook, the company behind the eponymous visual book device, announced a distribution and publishing platform for its multimedia content.

Posted Jan 29, 2010

Mark Logic Corporation has unveiled MarkLogic Cloud Services, a new line of services that will make Mark Logic software available on Amazon Web Services.

Posted Jan 26, 2010

Detroit is, undoubtedly, among the cities hardest hit by the recession. The city's biggest employers have been under siege, and abandoned homes line the streets. Thanks to a $40-million deal with Houghton Mifflin Co., Detroit's public schools are now on the leading edge of a technological movement to replace printed textbooks with computer software. They aren't the only ones.

Posted Jan 25, 2010

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