The eBook’s phenomenon was first brainstormed in the 1930’s when a man by the name of Bob Browne thought of the concept when watching his first movie with sound.
In the 1970s, an e-book implementation called the Dynabook was created, this was able to display books for reading, digitally.
In 1992, Sony launched the Data Discman, an electronic book reader that could read e-books via CDs.
In 2007, Amazon launched one of the most popular eBook readers today, the Kindle.
In 2012, Apple released iBooks, an app that could be used on Macs, iPhones, iPod and iPads.
eBooks are fantastic for being able to store so many books, on such a small product. With so many more competitors entering the market share, the products are becoming cheaper.
A consumer can store, broadcast and publish details using an eBook.
As several of the flipped lectures suggest, the world is so…
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