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Saturday, 19th September 2009

Cool Graphic of eBook Market

From the TechFlash Post by Eric Engleman:

The buzz around Amazonís Kindle electronic reader has sparked growing interest in digital books, and the universe of players in this space is growing rapidly. New reading devices and content partnerships are announced on an almost weekly basis.

To keep track of it all, we here at TechFlash have mapped out the known universe of e-books -- spanning content, devices, mobile apps, wireless providers, acquisitions, and more. We invite you to take a look, give us feedback, and let us know if we've missed anything. We'll be updating this chart on a regular basis.

You can also download a PDF version of the map.

In case you're wondering, content companies like ebrary, NetLibrary, The Internet Archive (Text), World Public Library and others aren't on the list yet. Perhaps it's time to contact Mr. Engleman?

Source: TechFlash (via Teleread)


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