A major publisher finds users like the iPad, spend more time with it, but don’t carry it around and encounter usability problems.
OK, I’ve read enough — there are 5 things about the iPad that might just annoy me (and others).
Initial impressions of Apple’s new iPad device — how the tech press is missing the meaning, what it might mean for publishers, and a chance to tell us what you think.
Is the Kindle really a success? Do the vague and convoluted statements from Amazon about Kindle sales mean anything? The backlash against Amazon’s lack of transparency has apparently begun.
It seems like a new e-reading device is announced every day. But each device has its own file format and its own unique interface. How can publishers be expected to develop products for such a fragmented market?
An audio interview with Jason Roberts, founder of the ISMTE, recorded after a keynote in Baltimore Tuesday.
Will e-book readers lead to a new form of expression? Should they even bother trying to mimic the paper and ink format they’re replacing?
A new iPhone application lets you podcast from wherever you are. The results may open a new door on audio expression for many of us.
Small, cheap and democratic. Is the bazaar model of software production the next killer ap?
Squeeze the smartphone to find out where you can find relief in a pinch.
Are devices proliferating because we are seeking boundaries in our information age? The concept of “device psychology” suggests as much.