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Physical devices to read ebooks.
Rights assigned to an individual or organization for specific content that provide control over reproduction and distribution of the content.
A grouping of ebooks in an electronic file or physical building where people can view or borrow physical books.
To copy a file from a computer or server to a computer, ereader, phone, or other electronic device.
a free and open-source ebook editor for creating and editing EPUB files
Adobe Digital Editions - http://www.adobe.com/solutions/ebook/digital-editions.html - is a free ereader app that can be used to view DRM and non-DRM content. Use this tag when dealing with questions r…
cause two or more different devices to have the same 'memory' of a transaction, where the event only occurred on one device
sale of ebooks or ereaders
an open source operating system.
a system where authors can upload ebooks for delivery via Whispernet and set the price for downloading.
Questions about the Amazon Cloud Reader application
a tool to validate EPUB files.
Tag for questions concerning the usage of the e-books available free of charge.
Questions about laws, generally specific to a country or area. Some questions about law or its interpretation may be out of scope for this site.
the translation of an image of some text into a character representation (ASCII, Unicode). Use this text for questions related to conversion of image based text …
Refers to the process of comparing the output of a program or tool to an established standard.
sideloading involves the transfer of data between two local devices, for example an e-book reader and a desktop computer. It is used in contrast to "uploading" and "downloading" which imply transfer…
A generic tag for use when an objective comparison of one or more features for a given subject is requested.
The International Standard Book Number (ISBN) is a unique numeric commercial book identifier that is either 10 or 13 digit in length.
A specific eReader made by Sony.