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CDNetworks, a content delivery network (CDN), announced that it has merged its U.S. and European operations with Panther Express, a New York-based CDN firm.

Posted Feb 27, 2009

Plustek Technology Inc., a manufacturer of consumer, professional, and office imaging devices, announced the BookReader.

Posted Feb 24, 2009

BBC Audiobooks announced a distribution agreement with OverDrive, a global distributor of digital audiobooks, eBooks, and more to libraries, to enable BBC Audiobooks content to be made available as downloads to library borrowers.

Posted Feb 20, 2009

DPCI, a provider of integrated technology solutions for organizations that need to publish content to web, print, and mobile channels, announced that it has partnered with Mark Logic Corporation to deliver XML-based content publishing solutions.

Posted Feb 13, 2009

Atypon Systems, Inc. and Allen Press, Inc. launched a new BioOne e-publishing site, hosting both full text journals and books.

Posted Feb 13, 2009

Reprints Desk, Inc., a content workflow company, announced the release of enhancements to its STM Document Delivery service.

Posted Feb 13, 2009

XyEnterprise, a developer of XML content management and multi-channel delivery solutions, announced it has changed the name of its product ContentaView to LiveContent.

Posted Feb 10, 2009

LibreDigital, Inc., a Digital Media Services company, announced that Plastic Logic has selected LibreDigital ePublishing technology to serve published content to the new Plastic Logic Reader.

Posted Feb 10, 2009

SpotCrime.com, an online crime mapping service, announced partnerships with media outlets.

Posted Feb 10, 2009

Amazon.com, Inc. introduced Amazon Kindle 2, a new version of its reading device that offers Kindle's wireless delivery of content.

Posted Feb 10, 2009

Google and Amazon announced they are making more e-books available on mobile phones.

Posted Feb 09, 2009

The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars launched Wilson Center OnDemand, the online home to all of the Center's audio and video programming.

Posted Feb 06, 2009

Kluwer Law International announced the launch of KluwerArbitration Blog, a new international arbitration blog offering a forum for discussions on international arbitration, including private and public arbitrations.

Posted Feb 06, 2009

The New York Times Syndication Sales announced the re-launch of nytsyn.com.

Posted Feb 03, 2009

MadCap Software, a provider of multi-channel content authoring solutions and a showcase company for Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 and Microsoft XPS, announced that the MadCap Feedback Server 2.0 is now available.

Posted Feb 03, 2009

BP Logix, a provider of web-based business process automation and reporting solutions, announced the release of BP Logix Workflow Director.

Posted Feb 03, 2009

Mark Logic Corporation announced the availability of a new version of MarkMail, a free service for searching mailing list archives.

Posted Feb 03, 2009

Ingram Digital, an Ingram content company focused on solutions for digital content management, distribution, and promotion, now offers an e-book collection branded by the Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP).

Posted Jan 30, 2009

OCLC's NetLibrary will now offer libraries five Sony Reader Mobile Collections groups of eBooks, which can be read on Sony's Reader Digital Book.

Posted Jan 27, 2009

Questel announced the addition of The Patent People to its group of companies.

Posted Jan 27, 2009

Springer Science+Business Media, a publisher in the science, technology, and medicine (STM) sectors, announced the launch of the website www.AuthorMapper.com, a free analytical online tool for discerning trends, patterns, and subject experts within scientific research. Springer Science+Business Media also announced it has published its 30,000th eBook.

Posted Jan 27, 2009

OCLC, a nonprofit library service and research organization, has launched a pilot program to make collections from libraries visible through mobile devices. OCLC has also released the new NetLibrary Media Center, a full-featured desktop application that allows library patrons to search, manage, transfer, and listen to downloadable eAudiobooks.

Posted Jan 23, 2009

Technology providers who not only recognize the necessity and difficulty of the local and global content marketplace, but are there to help: From analytics to location awareness, content management to translation management, translation services to language specific search solutions, there are a range of solutions that will enable organizations to adapt to the needs of the new consumer.

Posted Jan 20, 2009

TweetDeck, which offers free software to help people organize their Twitter streams, has raised funds in a first round that could end up being as much as $500,000, according to reports.

Posted Jan 20, 2009

A new study from international research firm Parks Associates finds consumer demand for networking features will drive the next wave of consumer electronics purchasing, particularly for imaging and mobile devices such as digital cameras, photo frames, and mobile phones.

Posted Jan 06, 2009

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