With Peanutpress Purchase, Palm Plans To Bring Ebooks To The Reading Masses

March 2001
Book Publishing Report;03/26/2001, Vol. 26 Issue 13, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on Palm Inc.'s acquisition of Peanutpress, which could put consumer e-books into personal digital assistants within the next few years. Peanutpress' sale of ebooks converted from traditional publishers' titles; Plans of Palm to bundle the ebook reader software and two ebook titles with every unit it sells.


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