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AP National WriterNEW YORK (AP) — The story of 2012 in publishing was the story of "Fifty Shades of Grey," in more ways than one. E L James' erotic trilogy was easily the year's biggest hit, selling more than 35 million copies in the U.S. alone and topping...
There's a crass old joke about how you can never buy beer, just rent it. Who would think that the same joke applies to book buying in the digital age? But that's the case. Many people who'll be unwrapping iPads, Amazon Kindles or Barnes & Noble Nooks on...
Apple's iTunes 11 arrived this week, and it's pretty slick. But did you know you can also buy music, movies, shows and books for the iPhone and iPad from other digital stores? Google, through the Google Play store, and Amazon.com are two of Apple's...
Today marks the fifth birthday of the Amazon Kindle -- the biggest change in the way we read since Penguin started selling paperbacks for the cost of a pack of smokes. I was a slow convert to e-books, but that's mainly an outgrowth of being able to...
Tags: Ocean City, Amazon Kindle Fire
Change of SubjectSunday's print column -- Because I occasionally serve as this newspaper's unsolicited advice columnist — Somebody Nobody Asked™ — hundreds of letters don't cross my desk each week seeking my guidance on topics great and small. Here's a...
Change of SubjectThe headline: Amazon says Kindle Fire has sold out (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc said on Thursday its Kindle Fire tablet computer is sold out, raising expectations that the world's largest Internet retailer will launch at least one new version of......
Change of SubjectProjections that Amazon would start all but giving away its basic e-reader this week proved premature, at best. The price dropped just $10, from $79 to $69....
Change of SubjectAmazon is already dropping its ebook prices to match Apple’s, in the cases where Apple had priced a book lower than Amazon did. For instance, James Rollin’s Bloodlines and J.A. Jance’s Judgment Call were each $10.94 in the Kindle Store.....
When public libraries in Pasadena and Glendale began lending ebooks in 2005, demand was low. But an increasing number of patrons are embracing the technology, contributing to what could be a sea change swamping publishers and libraries. Now the...
Central Florida public-library patrons have been borrowing e-books with an enthusiasm that has surprised librarians, and they're clamoring for more titles to be available digitally. "The response has been just fantastic," said Dave Barnett, library-...
Tags: Libraries, Casselberry, Osceola County, Winter Park, Prices
A special gift was delivered to Central Indiana students with learning disabilities Wednesday. Amazon presented 75 Kindle e-readers to The Hutson School which an Indianapolis-based school specializing in the education of children with dyslexia and other...
Tags: Education, Learning Disability, Dyslexia
firstname.lastname@example.orgInstalling old 32-bit software on a new 64-bit computer running Windows 7 or higher can be a challenge. This week, I will be addressing this issue, in particular what happens when one tries to install an older Adobe CS2 Suite that previously was used on...
Tags: Linux, Gaming, Entertainment, Hulu, Microsoft Corporation
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