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Google to launch its e-reading services

May 5, 2010

While the world is crazy about the reading revolution, Google, the international searching giant, cannot bear to be left behind – planning to make foray into the emerging e-reading market.

The company is going to capitalize on a platform that would make its own e-books compatible with multiple electronic gadgets. However, further details concerning Google’s pricing strategy for e-books remain to be seen. A report said that the service has been called “Google Edition.”
The US company is said to launch the service that would allow any internet device to download e-books this summer, said Gabriel Stricker, Google’s Spokesman.
MarketWatch, a business news media, reported that the launch of this service would put Google in direct competition with Amazon. Google is now collaborating with publishers. However, the company has said that the service will be launched irrespective of the results of negotiations with publishers.

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  1. May 16, 2012 2:56 am

    I agree, and have written an experimental novelette entitled “The Curb and I: The Art of the Homeless.” Today’s modern technology is wonderful by comparison.

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