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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

Consumer Watchdog, a nonprofit consumer advocacy group formerly known as the Foundation for Taxpayer and Consumer Rights, has filed a brief with U.S. District Court's Southern District of New York urging the court to reject the proposed Google Books deal.

Posted Sep 11, 2009

Asbru Software has released version 7.1 of the Asbru Web Content Management system.

Posted Sep 11, 2009

Digital audiobook and ebook distributor OverDrive has announced the release of the first in a series of free digital book applications for mobile devices.

Posted Sep 11, 2009

I just got busted for referencing a '60s Charlton Heston movie. OK, I get nostalgic. So when I heard an interview in which someone referred to "slugs" in the context of journalism, I felt like I was taking another joyride in the Wayback Machine: Could slugs be alive and well in contemporary journalism?

Posted Sep 02, 2009

MSN U.K. has chosen NewspaperDirect's PressDisplay.com to be its aggregated newspaper and magazine portal.

Posted Sep 01, 2009

Bochum, Germany-based company soft Xpansion has raised the curtain on a new PDF editing software designed to streamline the process of creating and editing PDF files.

Posted Sep 01, 2009

The European Commission has begun a public consultation on the future of Europeana, the EU's multilingual digital archive, and the digitization of books that will run until Nov. 15.

Posted Sep 01, 2009

Many businesses budget tens of thousands of dollars a month, or more, for public relations programs but ignore the most effective PR resource in a company's arsenal: its own web site. You have well designed web pages for your customers - you need well-designed web pages for the press as well. Your online pressroom markets your company to the media 24/7. Think about how powerful it is when an editor spotlights your company as the leader in your space or as the source of information regarding a particular technology, product, or industry initiative. But an essential part of getting that kind of coverage requires having a user-friendly press page. What happens when a writer or an editor comes to your site; can she quickly and easily find what she is searching for, or does she move on to one of your competitors to get the needed information?

Posted Sep 01, 2009

The Special Libraries Association (SLA) has teamed up with the newly formed Open Book Alliance in calling for a justice department investigation into the settlement of the Google Books lawsuit.

Posted Aug 28, 2009

iRex Technologies has announced that its upcoming digital reader will feature the Barnes & Noble ebook store when it comes out later this year.

Posted Aug 28, 2009

Media monitoring service CyberAlert has raised the curtain on three new features and services: automated translation, News on Your Site, and Twitter Monitoring Service.

Posted Aug 28, 2009

An agreement was announced today between New Zealand's Digital Library Consulting and Content Conversion Specialists (CCS) of Germany.

Posted Aug 18, 2009

Plastic Logic announced today that Olive Software will be a key service provider and partner for the Plastic Logic Publishers Program.

Posted Aug 18, 2009

Digital media and technology company DailyMe Inc. unveiled its new destination site at DailyMe.com with features including dynamic personalization powered by its "Newstogram" technology, a behavioral recommendation platform for digital news content.

Posted Aug 18, 2009

OverDrive and Sony will cross-market OverDrive's library network and the Sony Reader, an ebook reader compatible with industry standards for library ebooks.

Posted Aug 14, 2009

Workshare has announced the availability of its new OCR Server.

Posted Aug 14, 2009

Sony has announced the late August launch of two new e-readers, one with a touch screen and one without.

Posted Aug 07, 2009

New York-based digitization company Digital Divide Data (DDD) has announced that it will open a fifth office in Oxford, U.K., to serve its European client base.

Posted Jul 31, 2009

eCopy Inc. has announced the availability of eCopy PaperWork desktop document imaging software.

Posted Jul 31, 2009

LibreDigital, Inc. has closed a $15 million Series B funding round to support the expansion of its marketing and development of the company's digital platform.

Posted Jul 31, 2009

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