(Press Release) Falls Church, Virginia, February 15, 2011—Aptara, a pioneer in digital publishing solutions, announced today that its PXE digital publishing platform has reduced Wiley-Blackwell's turnaround time by more than 75% for six of its medical, pharmaceutical, and physics journals.
It’s difficult to pinpoint the first commercially-successful ebook, but many would give a nod to Stephen King’s novella Riding the Bullet.
During a press event Wednesday at the Consumer Electronics Show, the newly spun off Motorola Mobility officially unveiled a challenger to the iPad in the form of its Xoom tablet, and showed off new competition for the iPhone.
Vizio Inc. will introduce a low-cost smartphone and tablet computer using Android software to attract consumers who can’t afford Apple Inc.’s devices.
If successful, a class-action lawsuit will set an ominous precedent for the mobile advertising ecosystem.
Like many people, I reacted with a blend of anticipation but skepticism (let's call it skeptitation) when the iPad dropped earlier this year. The hype around technology products, and Apple products in particular, can be overwhelming. I rage against this over-hyping as much as I can, but there is no denying that the iPad has made a significant impact on information providers and their strategies.
(Press Release) Phoenix, Arizona, November 29, 2010—Media Services Group (MSGL), a leading developer of integrated publishing and event management software, has acquired the publishing assets of Veridean Technology Solutions (Veridean), an internet strategies and solutions provider.
Last month, ChangeWave asked over 3,000 consumers about their purchase plans for the coming months. As the trends already show for 2010, people just aren’t buying netbooks, with more and more people looking towards the tablet options to fulfil their ultra-mobile computing needs.