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a language for describing the look and formatting of a document. It is often used in web pages or XML.
the brand of the French company Bookeen for their line of eBook reader.
an open file format designed primarily for scanned documents.
To copy a file from a computer or server to a computer, ereader, phone, or other electronic device.
a measure of printing or display dot density, the number of individual dots in a line within the span of 1 inch.
a class of technologies that are used by hardware manufacturers, publishers, copyright holders, and individuals with the intent to control the use of digital content…
The process of storing and organizing a collection of ebooks. Specialized software supports the management of an ebook collection.
hardware devices specifically developed for reading books and periodicals supplied in digital formats. Questions about ebook readers can include issues of compatibility, support of s…
The process of making additions, corrections, or modifications to a pre-existing ebook.
Display technology that attempts to mimic the appearance of ink on paper. E-ink displays are bistable - they retain their state without a power source.
power usage for electronic devices
A standard format for ebooks defined by the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF)
a tool to validate EPUB files.
a Windows utility that allows viewing ePub files or converting ePub documents to pdf files.
A generic tag for use when an objective comparison of one or more features for a given subject is requested.
the specific way of ordering and grouping of information in a (computer) file.
Tag for questions about availability and support for specific fonts on various e-book readers.
Tag for questions concerning the usage of the e-books available free of charge.
Physical devices to read ebooks.