Books going digital

Yahoo news reports that in addition to being able to watch videos, take pictures, listen to music, surf the Web, reserve tickets, and enter...

Yahoo news reports that in addition to being able to watch videos, take pictures, listen to music, surf the Web, reserve tickets, and enter contests (what CAN'T you do on your mobile anymore??), publishers are now looking to expand the horizon of books into the digital world via the iPhone.

HarperCollins has set up a link http://mobile.harpercollins.com, giving readers access to view excerpts from more than a dozen books, such as Michael C. White's Soul Catcher and Michael Korda's Ike, a biography of President Eisenhower.
Reaching consumers on mobile devices and the Internet is increasingly important for publishers," Brian Murray, president of HarperCollins Publishers Worldwide, said in a statement that noted the publisher has some 10,000 titles already digitized.

I don't know what new feature they're going to create next for the iPhone. The possibilities seem endless...

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