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Just in – Ebooks now outselling paper on B&N.com

According to a Huffington Post article, Barnes & Nobles has just announced that they are now selling more ebooks than print books from their website.  B&N apparently sold over one million ebooks on Christmas day alone.  Also, both B&N.com and Amazon have announced that the Nook and Kindle (respectively) are now their best-selling items ever, […]

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Just in – Ebooks now outselling paper on B&N.com

According to a Huffington Post article, Barnes & Nobles has just announced that they are now selling more ebooks than print books from their website.  B&N apparently sold over one million ebooks on Christmas day alone.  Also, both B&N.com and Amazon have announced that the Nook and Kindle (respectively) are now their best-selling items ever,

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Google eBooks is out! (now, what does that mean for readers, authors, and publishers?)

Google has announced today the launch of their long-awaited ebook selling service.  With some fanfare, spreading across the internet, the news is growing.  There are big expectations for this venture.  After all, this is Google, right?  Has to be big! First off, what is Google offering?  They\’re advertising about 3 million books, most of which

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Major update for Smashword's author controls and pricing

Smashwords is arguably one of the most important ebook retailers out there.  It\’s not important for its market share.  It\’s not important because it sells the best ereader (in fact, it doesn\’t advertise any ereader in particular, unlike most of the bigger ebookstores).  But Smashwords has a powerful role in the game being played out

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Major update for Smashword\’s author controls and pricing

Smashwords is arguably one of the most important ebook retailers out there.  It\’s not important for its market share.  It\’s not important because it sells the best ereader (in fact, it doesn\’t advertise any ereader in particular, unlike most of the bigger ebookstores).  But Smashwords has a powerful role in the game being played out

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And innnnn this corner…! (Kindle and Nook square off in retail)

Amazon and B&N are getting ready for a brawl this holiday season. Speculations have been made that ebook sales will represent 12-15% of gross book receipts in the critical fourth quarter this year.  It seems obvious that the ebook market is expanding fast; either of the first two quarters of 2010 had higher ebook revenues

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