Via | Posted on 2013.04.09 at 11:25
Pirating anything is very illegal and it is also a big money maker in China, where copyright laws are viewed as more of a guideline than a law to be enforced.
Via | Posted on 2013.01.30 at 01:40
The Digital Comic Association, which includes 39 Japanese manga publishers, has opened an official manga portal for North America. This service, called JManga Portal, started on August 17, 2011.
Via | Posted on 2013.01.30 at 01:26
Sharps Android based Galapagos e-Book readers still struggle to attract customers. But regardless of the demand, Sharp announced that it will propose an OS Upgrade of all its Galapagos Tablets to Android 2.
Via | Posted on 2013.01.30 at 01:25
Toshibas new BookPlace or BD50, comes with a nice 7 color touch LED backlight LCD with a WSVGA resolution (600×1024), 8 GB of internal memory (eMMC) and powered by a 1GHz Freescale i.
Via | Posted on 2013.01.30 at 01:15
Ricoh announced that the company has achieved a display of color still images with about 2. 5 times brighter (in white reflectivity) and about 4 times wider color reproduction range compared with presently commercialized or announced color electronic paper technologies.
Via | Posted on 2013.01.30 at 01:06
And voila, here you are another company that is jumping into the e-Book business in Japan! Today, Fujitsu announced its partnership with DNP Group (Dai Nippon Printing) in Japan to propose later this may a unique cross platform e-Book service with possibly the development of new-dedicated terminal in the future as well as spreading this service to a wide variety of already existing e-book service providers.
Via | Posted on 2013.01.30 at 01:05
Sony’s e-book reader, named the Reader, went on sale five days ago in Japan. What the fast-paced and very mobile Japanese Reader user was missing until now was a screen protector for their new purchase.
Via | Posted on 2013.01.30 at 01:04
Today at SID 2011 in Los Angeles, one of Americas largest Screen Expos, Hanvon, the leading global eReader and touch technology manufacturer, unveiled a revolutionary new method of enabling touch-based interfaces, the Hanvon ERT Touch Technology.
Via | Posted on 2013.01.30 at 00:57
More news recently came out from SID 2011 in Los Angeles last week, since this news was from behind closed doors. Sony demoed a new bendable display technology, an extremely flexible black and white e-paper display that is driven by thin-film transistors (organic TFTs) and can be bent to a 5mm curvature radius.
Via | Posted on 2013.01.30 at 00:55