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com, said, "We are very happy that Comit Systems has chosen Mobipocket as their reading technology solution for the electronic version on Palm OS and Win-CE/Pocket-PC of their popular HDL Quick Reference Cards.
The delivery systems at both the eBookwise and Mobipocket stores feature the personal bookshelf, a concept common to many e-bookstores.
Our pubXML is a flexible data model, or Document Type Definition (DTD), which can be readily configured to deliver all viable digital formats including ePub, Kindle (Amazon), mobiPocket, HTML, XHTML, PDF, BBeB (Sony), Palm, NFO (net library) and ASCII.
stories are available in all eBook formats (including Adobe PDF, Microsoft Reader, Mobipocket, Palm, Kindle and Sony) and can be downloaded through eBooks.
Beginning with one new title per month, Silhouette Nocturne Bites stories are available in all eBook formats (including Adobe PDF, Microsoft Reader, Mobipocket, Palm and Sony) and can be downloaded through eHarlequin.
The Kindle hardware device uses an electronic paper display, and users can download content from Amazon over its fee-free Whispenet in the proprietary Kindle format (AZW), as well as load unprotected Mobipocket (PRC, MOBI) or plain text (TXT) content.
Publishing Arinc, Gill & Macmillan, Feedbooks, Flamarion, Hachette, IGN, M21 Editions, Mobipocket, Numilog, Sweet & Maxwell
12 /PRNewswire/ -- At the world's largest book fair at Frankfurt, the Hamburg-based eBook specialist paves the way for publishers to try out its data conversion service for Mobipocket eBooks with a rebate.
The company's 70,000 ebooks are available for Microsoft Word, Microsoft Reader, Adobe Acrobat and Mobipocket.
With Over the Air eBookstore, Mobipocket Customers Can Now Download Their Favorite Books Without Connecting to a Computer.
NAR's eBooks are available in Adobe, Mobipocket and audio book format and can be downloaded for use on PCs or transferred to mobile devices including PDAs or Smartphones; a select number of titles may also be downloaded to an MP3 player or burned to a CD-ROM.