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Tuesday, 17th April 2012

Sony Launches Reader Store UK

By Africa S. Hands

From the Inquirer:

Sony has announced the launch of its Reader Store UK, an online ebook library, six years after its US debut.

In a bid to compete against Amazon's similar Kindle offering, Sony's store offers a range of downloadable titles including classics, bestsellers and international publications. Newspapers including The Daily Mail, The Guardian and The Observer are also available to download from the online portal, with the options buy individual copies or sign-up for monthly subscriptions.

Sony has announced the launch of its Reader Store UK, an online ebook library, six years after its US debut.

In a bid to compete against Amazon's similar Kindle offering, Sony's store offers a range of downloadable titles including classics, bestsellers and international publications. Newspapers including The Daily Mail, The Guardian and The Observer are also available to download from the online portal, with the options buy individual copies or sign-up for monthly subscriptions.

Source: The Inquirer (http://s.tt/19myO)

Sony has announced the launch of its Reader Store UK, an online ebook library, six years after its US debut.

In a bid to compete against Amazon's similar Kindle offering, Sony's store offers a range of downloadable titles including classics, bestsellers and international publications. Newspapers including The Daily Mail, The Guardian and The Observer are also available to download from the online portal, with the options buy individual copies or sign-up for monthly subscriptions.

Source: The Inquirer (http://s.tt/19myO)

Sony has announced the launch of its Reader Store UK, an online ebook library, six years after its US debut.

In a bid to compete against Amazon's similar Kindle offering, Sony's store offers a range of downloadable titles including classics, bestsellers and international publications. Newspapers including The Daily Mail, The Guardian and The Observer are also available to download from the online portal, with the options buy individual copies or sign-up for monthly subscriptions.

Source: The Inquirer (http://s.tt/19myO)

Sony has announced the launch of its Reader Store UK, an online ebook library, six years after its US debut.

In a bid to compete against Amazon's similar Kindle offering, Sony's store offers a range of downloadable titles including classics, bestsellers and international publications. Newspapers including The Daily Mail, The Guardian and The Observer are also available to download from the online portal, with the options buy individual copies or sign-up for monthly subscriptions.

Source: The Inquirer (http://s.tt/19myO)

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Africa S. Hands is an independent librarian with a focus on helping professionals understand and utilise social media and search engines through one-on-one tutorials and small group workshops. Africa tweets (@africahands) on resources of interest to information and higher education professionals.

Africa can be reached at africa.hands@freepint.com

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