EPUB archive

  • Wikipedia adds free eBook export option to site
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    Wikipedia adds free eBook export option to site

    By 18 September 2012

    Wikimedia, the company behind Wikipedia, has added a new export option to its site that allows you to save content in EPUB format, essentially enabling off-site reading to be performed on several eBook readers, including Amazon's Kindle devices. The resource...

  • Andy McNab sets sights on Kobo in WHSmith ebook war
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    Andy McNab sets sights on Kobo in WHSmith ebook war

    By 21 December 2011

    The WHSmith ebook store has seen some unexpected excitement today, as both Kobo and Andy McNab emailed WHSmith ebook customers to inform them of changes, and push people towards their respective services. You'll excuse the excitement of the headline (and...

  • OverDrive Media Console brings free ebooks to Android and iPhone
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    OverDrive Media Console brings free ebooks to Android and iPhone

    By 4 January 2011

    OverDrive has released an app for iOS and Android that offers access to DRM-protected EPUB ebooks from your local library, for free.  OverDrive is a digital content delivery platform sitting behind many public libraries and schools, and is the service...

  • How eBooks plan to save libraries, newspapers and make us read
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    How eBooks plan to save libraries, newspapers and make us read

    By 31 August 2009

    Sony's announcement both sides of the Atlantic of its new ebook Readers isn't just about the latest gadget to say you own, it's actually about saving a number of industries that could, without a little help, die a fast and lonely death within the next...

  • How to borrow an ebook
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    How to borrow an ebook

    By 27 August 2009

    The idea of borrowing a digital book from your local library sounds like a great way to get books for free for your new fangled digital reader ebook ereader thingmebob, but is it really that simple? Here's our FAQ on what to expect: What books are available?...