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Publisher Angela Bussio welcomes Carol Look to the growing prestigious Expert Panel of the popular new digital magazine. Provo, Utah (PRWEB) May 15, 2014
Tech Tools Help Educators Turn the Page at Mercersburg Academy MERCERSBURG, Pa., May 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- It's a boarding school surrounded by mountains, where teachers of ancient
Cloud-based Aquafadas Cloud Authoring allows Kobo to quickly convert popular printed magazines into visually rich and engaging eZines MONTPELLIER, France, May 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
e-Books Also Available in all Public School Libraries FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich.
ProQuest enhances discovery of ebooks in library collections with both ebrary and EBL fully accessible through one discovery platform ANN ARBOR, Mich., May 6, 2014 /PRNewswire/ --
Authors can publish, promote and sell their eBooks like never before with the addition of BookShop. PORTLAND, Ore., May 5, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ --
EMRE wants to create a way for Indie authors and small Indie publishers to defeat the Big Five Publishing Giants with an eReader slingshot from the rock of a start-up. San
STEMscopedia is a new suite of eBooks available that introduces people to the content offered by STEMscopes™.
Former EVP of CBC to Reveal How Twitter Fits into the Vast Digital Marketing Ecosystem TORONTO, April 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Incisive Media are thrilled to announce that Kirstine
The Cybook Opus is an e-book reader produced by Bookeen from France, released on July 27, 2009. The operating system for the Opus is Linux with an open source firmware. In June 2010, Bookeen published and improved firmware with a one-second mode which allows the device to be turned on and off in one second. It also keeps the last page read open and the user does not have to reboot each time. There is no keyboard and it does not have a dictionary or bookmarks. There is no internet access...
The Cybook Gen3 is an e-Reader designed for reading e-books, e-news, and for listening to audio books or MP3 music. It was produced by Bookeen, a French company, and released on October 29, 2007. The display is a six-inch E-Ink screen using 166 dpi, black and white, 2-bit grayscale and on the gold edition 8-bit grayscale was used. The screen is readable under sunlight and only uses the battery for turning pages, giving it 8,000 page flips of battery life. The Gen3 uses a 200MHz CPU;...
The Kobo Touch is an eReader device produced by Kobo Inc., from China, revealed on May 23, 2011, and released in the U.S. on June 10, 2011. It is the third generation eReader from Kobo, and contained improvements from the previous versions. The Kobo Touch included 15 free previews of select books instead of 100 public domain books that were included on the previous versions. Other improvements were an E Ink pearl screen, faster CPU, and it was smaller and lighter. The display is a six-inch...
The Nook is a brand of e-reader developed by Barnes & Noble with the original device released in November 2009. It featured both Wi-Fi and AT&T 3G, with a 6 inch display and a smaller touchscreen for data input. Since then there has been multiple versions and upgrades. A Wi-Fi only version released in June 2010 and the Nook color using LCD in November 2010. The second generation Nook was released in June 2011, and in February 2012 an upgrade was released to the Wi-Fi only version....
The Colombian Journal of Statistics (Revista Colombiana de Estadistica) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal on statistics published biannually by the National University of Colombia. It was established in 1968. During its early years, the journal was published only in Spanish; since 1985, it includes English-published papers as well. The journal halted publication in 1969, being re-launched in 1979 by Luis Thorin. The journal covers research on statistics, including applications,...
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- Of or relating to the region of a body of water that is not reached by sunlight and in which photosynthesis is unable to occur.