With its high-resolution screen and slim profile, the iPad seems to be made for reading comic books. What will be the impact on comic book shops?
Instead of learning on by rote, children engage and teach each other as part of a community of learners through the internet.
The Borders Kobo e-reader is set for release in June. But will the Kobo find a place in an already crowded market?
Only 28 days after first hitting the market, sales of theiPad has surpassed one million, Apple announced Monday.
Online comic books offer a more immersive experience, even as collectors savor hard copies.
According to one report, the Wall Street Journal could charge $17.99 a month for access to an Apple iPad-friendly edition of the business broadsheet. Some bloggers say the price tag – no matter how high the quality of the iPad content – is too steep.
The Apple iPad went on sale Friday. Word that the device can read any page aloud – including e-books – has authors on alert.