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BizReport | Mobile Marketing September 06, 2012

First glimpse of new Kindles in Amazon ad

Just hours before a much anticipated announcement from Amazon, reports are surfacing of a potential "first glimpse" of the new Kindle as well as more insider information that the e-commerce giant will launch a smartphone.... >>

BizReport | Trends & Ideas archives June 21, 2012

Ebooks now outsell hardbacks

For the first time ever, ebook revenues have exceeded hardcovers, according to new figures released by the Association of American Publishers.... >>

BizReport | Advertising archives June 08, 2011

E-readers - the next ad frontier

The success of Amazon's ad-supported Kindle model, along with the forecast huge rise in Americans owning an e-reader device this year, signal the opening of the next digital ad frontier. ... >>

BizReport | Internet May 20, 2011

Kindle ebooks outsell hardcopy counterparts

Less than four years after their introduction, Amazon has announced that Kindle ebooks are now outselling their hardcopy counterparts.... >>

BizReport | Blogs & Content archives May 04, 2011

Study: Tablets aren't device of choice for e-reading public

Move over guys, e-readers aren't only your property any longer. According to a new report from Simba Information while men have been the predominant e-reader buyers, women are now purchasing more e-reading devices and more e-books - and it isn't... >>

BizReport | Blogs & Content archives February 24, 2011

Rebtel: iPad ahead of Kindle, Android with some demographics

For minorities in the US, the iPad has it. That is the takeaway from a new Rebtel report, which found that about 5 million US immigrants own tablet devices. That is 13% of the immigrant demographic already owning a tablet,... >>

BizReport | Trends & Ideas archives January 28, 2011

Is Kindle killing print books?

Could hard-copy books be going the same way as vinyl records? While the death of physical books isn't quite nigh, ebooks are catching on in a big way if Amazon's latest book sale figures are anything to go by.... >>

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