E-book sales to ignite
The demise of the book has been constantly heralded by modern day Cassandra's since the web took off but book sales have actually increased and E-books have never caught on well that looks about to change with a concerted effort from the E-industry to launch E-books big time.
Some say real books will never die out - just like they said online newspapers would never take off - and now look - E-news in all its forms is seeing off newspaper sales and putting paper versions of some news companies in jeopardy.
The E-book approaches.
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At what temperature do electronic books catch fire? We're going to find out sometime this year. E-book sales are about to ignite.
On Monday, Amazon.com is expected to unveil a new version of its Kindle reader. It will probably be a lot better and a little cheaper than the first version. But the real news already broke this week: A company spokesman announced that Amazon plans to offer Kindle books on cell phones.
This news countered Google's announcement that the 1.5 million public domain books available on its Google Book Search offering will soon be available (free, of course) via a new cell phone application.