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e-Book News It is a truth too rarely acknowledged, that a commuter in possession of a sophisticated electronic device, must be in want of a good book.
Hypertext blogger Steve Johnson, paraphrasing Jane Austen RECENT NEWS Since April last year, we’ve been doing something new with news.
They’ll be selected from quality items on a planet-wide range of reputable websites available in English.
This way, we’ll be able to keep you up to date with many more developments in the world of digital books and e-reading, on a truly global basis. Ulmart, Russia’s largest online store, started offering subscriptions today for Bookmate with unlimited access to electronic books for 150 rubles ($4) a month.
That includes the devices and software that support electronic literature, and other related issues. Russia’s largest online retailers are trying to gain a foothold in the surging electronic books market before Amazon. The retailer, whose sales exceeded $1 billion last year, bought a stake in the Bookmate service in June.
We’ll still present occasional editorials, and our extensive news archives will remain online for you to check back through, or dip into for research at any time. The e-books market in the country may almost double this year to as much as 1 billion rubles…
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