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Scribd and ProQuest announced an agreement to make selected graduate dissertations and theses available for purchase on Scribd.

Posted Nov 17, 2009

Pearson announced plans to integrate Oracle's PeopleSoft Enterprise Student Administration Integration Pack (SAIP) with a variety of Pearson products, including the Pearson LearningStudio online learning environment and Pearson's MyLabs.

Posted Nov 17, 2009

The metadata normalization process for Serials Solutions KnowledgeWorks is getting an overhaul.

Posted Nov 17, 2009

NewspaperDirect released a mobile version of its PressReader platform that allows users to access the company's stock of digital newspaper replicas from an iPhone or Blackberry device.

Posted Nov 13, 2009

Rob Tarkoff, senior vice president and general manager of business productivity solutions at Adobe, did little to cushion the blow when he said to attendees at the Enterprise 2.0 Conference: "Enterprise software is failing." Story by ITI Reporter Jessica Tsai, CRM Magazine.

Posted Nov 06, 2009

OverDrive, a provider of ebooks and audiobooks, announced the launch of its AudioBook Classroom service, which allows K-12 schools to provide access to a sizable catalogue of audiobooks of many different genres and varieties.

Posted Nov 06, 2009

The creators of Peek, a mobile email device, are releasing a purpose-built device designed solely for use with Twitter.

Posted Nov 06, 2009

LibreDigital, Inc., is showcasing its AllAccess content delivery platform, which allows publishers, resellers and authors to give readers access to eBooks on any device.

Posted Nov 03, 2009

Ovid, a division of Wolters Kluwer, reached an agreement with the Royal Society of Chemistry for digital access to a number of its publications.

Posted Oct 30, 2009

Safari Books launched Safari Books Online 6.0, the latest iteration of its online reading platform featuring dynamic content categorization, collaboration features, and improved search functionality.

Posted Oct 30, 2009

Amazon.com, Inc., released Kindle for PC, which allows users to read Kindle books on their computers.

Posted Oct 27, 2009

Plastic Logic released details about its upcoming e-reader targeted at professionals. The device, named QUE, is intended to cater more to the lifestyles of businessmen and professionals than to the leisure readers most ebook devices have traditionally been geared towards. In addition to supporting traditional ebooks, the QUE will allow users to save and access formats important to business users, featuring support for PDFs as well as Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel documents.Plastic Logic plans to announce full product specifications, pricing, and availability information in early January of next year.(www.plasticlogic.com)

Posted Oct 23, 2009

Barnes & Noble turned its attention to the ebook market with the introduction of its own ebook reader, the nook.

Posted Oct 23, 2009

IREX Technologies, maker of the DR800SG e-reader, has signed an agreement with LibreDigital to grant DR800SG users access to the LibreDigital library of newspapers and magazines, including USA Today, The New York Times, and The Washington Post.

Posted Oct 20, 2009

Independent book and journal publisher M.E. Sharpe launched a new online reference library and ebook portal with the help of Impelsys Technology's flexible iPlatform portal technology.

Posted Oct 16, 2009

German non-profit FIZ Chemie presented a revamped version of its INFOTHERM thermophysical facts database, which now features improved search functionality to help chemical and process engineers more effectively research different compounds and sort through results.

Posted Oct 16, 2009

Atria Books and Simon & Schuster, Inc., have introduced the Vook, a new format hailed by the companies as a "revolutionary reading format."

Posted Oct 06, 2009

Maryland-based smartphone developer appSessions has announced the release of its iScroll ebook application.

Posted Oct 02, 2009

Sony has relaunched its Publisher Portal, a portal that aids both publishers and individual authors in working with Sony to provide books for publication through its ebookstore.

Posted Oct 02, 2009

The American Institute of Physics (AIP) and the International Society for Optics and Photonics (SPIE) have partnered to make content from SPIE extensive library available through AIP's Scitation C3 platform.

Posted Sep 29, 2009

Impelsys has announced a strategic partnership with Audiomedia Production to offer audio content for Impelsys' VirtualPages, creating what the companies call a talking ebook.

Posted Sep 29, 2009

IREX Technologies has entered the eReader market, combining technology that provides a traditional reading experience with an open approach to buying and transferring content.

Posted Sep 25, 2009

Aptara and ScrollMotion have partnered to create an end-to-end ebook publishing solution to streamline the publication of interactive content on the iPhone.

Posted Sep 25, 2009

Google has agreed to provide On Demand Books, LLC (ODB), with immediate access to over 2 million public-domain titles in the Google digital files.

Posted Sep 22, 2009

The convergence of communities, content, and communications across a variety of platforms and devices has given rise to a participatory culture in which each individual can co-create the content he or she consumes. The result is an avalanche of content available on websites, podcasts, videocasts, interactive forums, and blogs.

Posted Sep 14, 2009

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