Forgot to Turn off your Kindle in flight? You're not alone!

By libertyc
May 10, 2013 // 0 Comments

The Consumer Electronics Association released some interesting data yesterday about electronic devices on planes. • Ninety-nine percent of flyers bring a portable electronic device on a flight with them. That’s a lot of gadgets! • Thirty percent of them have forgotten to turn off a [...]

What does the SCOTUS' Wiley v. Kirtsaeng decision mean for books, publishing?

By Brian Howard
March 21, 2013 // 3 Comments

By now you’ve likely heard that the Supreme Court has ruled, in a 6-3 decision, in favor of immigrant scientist Supap Kirtsaeng in Kirtsaeng V. Wiley. In what’s being heralded as a win for consumers and libraries, and a loss for publishers, the SCOTUS overturned a previous ruling [...]

The CEA's Gary Shapiro to host a Reddit AMA tomorrow

By Dan Eldridge
February 25, 2013 // 0 Comments

The modern phenomenon known as the Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything) session is perhaps a perfect example of the sort of knowledge acquisition that is only possible because of the Internet. But you know that already. Here’s something you probably don’t know: A gentleman by the name of Gary [...]

TeleRead Goes to Vegas

By Dan Eldridge
January 12, 2013 // 0 Comments

Those of you who read TeleRead regularly probably noticed that our coverage was a little bit thin last week … but not to worry! I’ve got an alibi: I was in Las Vegas since last Sunday, covering the 2013 International CES for NAPCO—my employer, and TeleRead’s parent company. This [...]

Some info from the Consumer Electronics Association on ereaders and tablets

By libertyc
November 10, 2010 // 2 Comments

CEA, the Consumer Electronics Association, is the trade organization that puts on CES each year. CEA is not too well known to consumers, but it is one of the largest trade associations and does all the stuff that trade associations do, including engage in economic analysis. Each year at this time [...]

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