Posts tagged with 'e-readers'
Whether you're male or female, there's an almost equal chance that you own a smartphone. But what about tablets and e-readers? Do men and women share different preferences when it comes to the latest and greatest mobile devices?
Nielsen's latest survey of mobile device owners, the answer is
increasingly 'yes.' In Q2 2011, it found that 61% of e-readers were
owned by women, up from 46% in the third quarter of 2010. Tablets?
Almost the opposite: 57% of them are owned by men.
Since Apple unveiled the iPad to the world, tablet devices have
attracted an immense spotlight. To some, they represent the future of
computing, publishing, advertising and, well, life as we know it.
But is the smoke from the tablet market obscuring even bigger fires
elsewhere? According to a study conducted by the Pew Research Center's
Internet & American Life Project, e-reader ownership is growing
much, much faster than tablet ownership.
Frequent online book purchasers: Amazon has a proposition for you. If you purchase an Amazon Kindle in the next five days, you can get it, try it and potentially keep it for free.
If that offer sounds too good to be true, there's one thing to keep in mind — Amazon's one time offer ends just one day before the Apple Tablet drops.
Amazon has launched a very simple self-publishing tool for the world’s blogger community, to expand the amount of blogs available on Kindle.
Kindle Publishing for Blogs allows bloggers to sign up and submit their feed/s. Amazon will turn your blog feed into a Kindle-ready format. Why wouldn't you?