pottermorePottermore Debuts on Tablets and Smartphone Devices (GoodeReader)
The Harry Potter interactive website Pottermore is now available on mobile connected devices such as tablet PCs and smartphones.

Smashwords eDelivery out of Beta, No Longer Supports Kindle (The Digital Reader)
For the past 6 weeks the indie ebook distributor Smashwords has been beta testing an automatic delivery solution, eDelivery, that enabled customers to send ebooks to their Kindle or their Dropbox account. Smashwords ended the beta test today, but the eDelivery service is only about half as useful as I had hoped.

What the Reviews Say About the iPad Mini with Retina Display (GigaOM)
The new iPad mini with retina display arrived sooner than expected, but that hasn’t stopped the reviews from pouring in. Here’s what they say so far.

Amazon Crushing Competition in US (Digital Book World)
Amazon is way ahead of the competition when it comes to selling ebooks in the U.S., according to new data from the Book Industry Study Group.

Kindle Daily Deals: Twelve Suspenseful Mysteries (and others)

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