OverDrive announced public libraries that employ the company’s digital lending platform served a record number of eBook, audiobook, music and video titles to patrons on Christmas Day.
Corel Corporation announced its new Roxio MediaBook app for Windows 8, which allows photos and videos to be combined with audio and text to create dynamic and interactive ebooks.
Sony Electronics announced its new six-inch PRS-T2 eReader ($129).
OverDrive announced that it has begun construction of its world headquarters and “Blue Sky Campus” in Garfield Heights, Ohio.
Kingston Digital announced a number of portable flash storage products aimed at notebook, tablet and smartphone users.
The NPD Group announced it reckons that U.S. consumer electronics sales revenue over the holidays dropped 6% from the same period in 2010.
Deloitte LLP announced that it has released the results of its latest State of the Media Democracy survey.
Amazon.com announced that it is pleased with the sales of its Kindle eBook readers over the Christmas holidays.
Amazon.com announced that it is currently selling over one million Kindle devices per week.
The European Commission announced that it is investigating whether or not Apple and five international publishers have breached EU antitrust rules by conspiring to fix the price of eBooks.
Kobo announced its new $99 Kobo Touch eReader.
Barnes & Noble announced its new reading and entertainment-focused NOOK tablet ($249).
Kobo announced its new Kobo Vox eReader ($199.99).
OverDrive announced new statistics showing continued eBook traffic and circulation growth at libraries and schools worldwide.
IHS iSuppli announced its preliminary estimates put the total cost of manufacture for Amazon’s new Kindle Fire tablet at $209.63.