... a company that sells technology used to operate digital reading devices, along with related publishing tools and software.This comes 5 weeks after Google opened its ebookstore with over 3 million free books and hundreds of thousands of other titles, downloadable to many devices.
Dmitriy Molchanov, a analyst who covers e-books for Yankee Group, estimates that:
… U.S. consumers by 2013 will buy 381 million e-books each year, four times the amount purchased in 2010. Annual e-book sales will reach $2.7 billion within the next three years, he says, even as the average price for an e-book falls to $7, down from more than $9 in 2009.If you’d like to see the Google ebookstore, you can find it here. In the header of the home page, they list that books are downloadable to: Android, iPhone, iPad, iPod, the Web, Nook & Sony.
Anyone downloaded a book from Google’s ebookstore?