woensdag 28 september 2011
Liz Castro has more: "Now, you can add twenty-five new markets for your iBooks: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Replublic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portgal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Switzerland." Link
In The Netherlands you can now buy ebooks in multiple languages like Dutch, English, French, German and Italian. Until now there were only free ebooks in the iBookstore, but that is changing as of today, as more and more publishers are uploading Dutch ebooks to the iBookstore.
eReaders.nl on the Dutch iBookstore
dinsdag 27 september 2011
After doing some research on the FCC-website I found three possible listings of new Amazon products.
The first one is a tablet device. The FCC-listing is posted under the name Okakopa LLC, a fictional company in Denver. (note: Okakopa means october in Hawaiian)
Device code: D01400, FCC-id: zev-1229
The second one is a 3G ebook reader ("electronic display device"), with product code D01200 and FCC-id: zef-0610
Quote: "The primary use of this device is to download the Ebook and periodical offering from the content provider"
This one is posted under the name of Maywood LLC, an unknown company in Boston.
The third one is an "electronic display device", posted by a company named Nevilles LLC from Chicago.
Update: I'm not sure about this one, it could also be a tablet device.
This one has the FCC-id: zeg-0725
So this is it, I can be wrong about it but I think there will be at least three new devices from Amazon, most likely all going to be announced tomorrow.