I take a look at what alternatives exist for Amazon and the majority of its various subsidiaries and services.
My review of Hoopla Digital, a digital media vendor that offers movies, comics, music, and audiobooks to various public libraries.
In response to a Forbes op-ed claiming Amazon can replace public libraries, I take a look at what digital services libraries currently offer.
It’s bad news in general lately for Barnes & Noble’s Nook property. Its tablet and digital media store haven’t fared well[…]
For quite awhile, Amazon and large book publishing conglomerate Hachette have had a stand-off over the pricing of the publisher’s[…]
Amazon’s announced “Kindle Unlimited,” an all-you-can-read ebook and audiobook service for participating authors. Basically, a “Netflix-for-books” as TechCrunch describes the[…]
As the subject line says, I’ve decided to set up a Smashwords profile. Smashwords is a site that allows one[…]
This week, Barnes and Noble (on the heels of the recent Kindle Fire news) has announced an update to its[…]
Barnes and Noble today has released a major upgrade for the Nook Color. Not only has it been upgraded to[…]
After some thought, and seeing that Barnes and Noble seems to be dragging their feet on introducing their own app[…]