E-Book Report Addendum: What Publishers Can Expect from the iPad

April 2010
Book Publishing Report;Apr2010, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p1
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The article focuses on the use of the tablet computer called iPad in the electronic book (e-book) industry. It states that iPad is viewed to be developed to respond with the next generation of electronic reading devices. It mentions that with the qualities of iPad be explored in web sites such as Amazon, it is anticipated that the markets for e-book will have increased developments due to the new device. It adds that 250,000 e-books were downloaded in the first day the iPad was introduced.


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