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Borders launches Podcast series

Borders launches Podcast series

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Borders UK has announced that it is broadcasting a new audio podcast series. Available fortnightly, the podcast features interviews with authors, musicians and film stars, live music, competitions and offers, as well as news about new book releases. The... >>

Borders launching iLiad e-book reader

Borders launching iLiad e-book reader

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Borders has announced that it has teamed up with Philips off-shoot iRex Technologies to sell the newly introduced iLiad Book Edition e-book reader in some of its stores. Borders will be the first high street retailer in the UK to showcase the product,... >>

Borders will send the first chapter of a book to your mobile phone

Borders will send the first chapter of a book to your mobile phone

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Thanks to Borders new mobile marketing campaign, readers can now download book samples to try before they buy. This new initiative will see Borders becoming the world’s first book retailer to distribute book content direct to mobiles. Using a mobile... >>

Borders ditch Amazon.com partnership

Borders ditch Amazon.com partnership

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Borders, the US book store, has said that it plans to launch its own online store finishing its current relationship with Amazon.com The move comes as the bookstore has announced loses of £77 million last year and the sale of its book stores in the UK... >>

Sony Portable Reader System finally available for pre-order

Sony Portable Reader System finally available for pre-order

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Sony’s Portable Reader System PRS-500 is finally up on the company’s Sony-Style website for sale. It is due to ship on or before 31st October for $349.99. The device is an electronic reader designed to be carried instead of a book. Built around E-Ink... >>

Sony team up with Borders to sell e-reader

Sony team up with Borders to sell e-reader

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Sony and the book store Borders today announced an agreement to make the Sony Reader available through about 200 Borders stores in the US. The move shows how aggressive Sony is to have the electronic e-reader taken seriously amongst the book reading fraternity... >>