e-bookstore


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e-bookstore

An online bookstore that offers e-books for downloading into e-book readers. Examples are Amazon.com's Kindle Books for the Kindle, Sony's ReaderStore for the Reader and Apple's iBookstore for the iPad. See e-book.
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specialty bookseller behind Barnes & Noble, plans to launch an e-bookstore in coming weeks that is compatible with most devices but opted not to develop its own e-reader, citing a slew of new entrants, falling prices for the devices and the high costs behind developing a device.
US retail bookstore chain Barnes & Noble (NYSE::BKS) today announced the launch of its free BN e-Reader app for the Apple iPad which offers access to the Barnes & Noble e-Bookstore.
The advanced 3G and EV-DO connectivity enables users to download eBooks anytime, anywhere, from a wide variety of content stores including Barnes & Noble's e-bookstore and NewspaperDirect's newspaper store.
More than 40 books published by this professional organization are now available for purchase in digital format in the ACP Press e-bookstore.
Best Buy last week announced plans to sell a new device from iRex Technologies allowing owners to use Verizon's 3G network to download books from Barnes & Noble's e-bookstore.
on Monday, saying it would launch its own e-bookstore with bestsellers priced at $9.
Amazon's Kindle sets the benchmark in this embryonic market, but Waterstone's moved early to tie-up a deal with Sony, and in March, Barnes & Noble acquired Fictionwise, a leader in the e-book market and plans to launch an e-bookstore later this year.
The Reader supports several file formats: PDFs, TXT, RTF, Microsoft Word docs, and the BBeB book format available at the Connect e-bookstore.
Sennewald, CPP; available from Sennewald-Vellani e-Bookstore, www.
In an age when Internet sales are reportedly growing by 20 percent annually, and an IHE's Web presence is a strategic differentiator, schools must offer comprehensive and user-friendly e-bookstore access if they wish to remain competitive.
Kluwer, a wholly owned subsidiary of Wolters Kluwer, has announced the launch of an e-bookstore for academic and research professionals.
There, quietly -- in the shadows of the much more famous e-bookstore 200 miles to the north -- Powell's has begun to revel in the party.