E-Books: Should You Use Them?

by P.D. Lesko with reporting by Diane Calabrese The new E-book readers are proving tough to sell, and E-books are proving even tougher to produce. In 2000, leading E-book reader production company Gemstar-TV Guide International sold only 60,000 units, each priced between $300 and $700 dollars. Susan Kevorkian, a publishing industry analyst, predicts that E-book device sales […]
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