All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Google eBooks’

Google eBooks Offline Support Now Available for Chrome, Chrome OS

Google announced the launch of offline support for Google eBooks for those using Chrome or Chrome OS, so they can continue reading books even when they’re not actually connected to the Internet. “We’ve all been there: the Internet is suddenly down, and you can’t keep on reading your ebook to see what the character decides to do next,” says Google …

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Harry Potter Goes Google

Google announced today that it it is teaming up with Pottermore, JK Rowling’s new site, which will open up this fall to provide eBook services. The two are partnering to integrate Pottermore with various Google products and APIs. The Harry Potter book series will launch in eBook form on in October, and they’ll also become available through the Google …

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Google eBooks Coming to an e-Reader Near You on Sunday

Google’s eBooks platform is about to hit the big time, or at least try to. The first e-reader to be integrated with it will start being sold at Target stores on Sunday, July 17. The device would be the iRiver Story HD. With this device, which costs $139.99, users can buy and read Google eBooks over Wi-Fi. Google describes it …

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