Monday, December 13, 2010

Google Opens E-Bookstore Business

Google, the Internet giant was open its E-bookstore business. Google said it had 3 million titles available from more than 4,000 publishers, including the New York Times, Simon & Schuster, McMillan, and Random House, .

It is a store created for a world of gadgets and leaves no independent retailers out of the loop. Customers can create their own libraries, then access your purchases - right in the sentence where they left off - from a variety of devices, from cell phones to personal computers. 

With the large number of titles available and their dominance as a search engine, Google immediately be measured against the established media, such as Barnes & Noble,Apple, and Amazon.

The online store is called Google and the "open ecosystem" also allows independent booksellers to sign and connect from their own Web sites. 

American Booksellers Association CEO Oren Teicher said: "This level playing field."

"If you want to buy electronic books, which not only have to buy in large national retail outlets," he said.

You can visit the Google E-Bookstore here.
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Ellen said...

thanks for sharing! :)

Kim said...

I think there will be a tight competition with other free downloads e-book. :)