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Publishing without the use of an established publishing house. May or may not include independent editing.
Portable or integrated power source for a device.
a division in a book or an ebook, generally considered significant enough to be listed in a table of contents.
a Windows utility that allows viewing ePub files or converting ePub documents to pdf files.
an established norm or requirement in regard to technical systems, usually in form of a formal document that establishes uniform engineering or technical criteria, methods, processes and…
a lightweight ebook reader with an eInk screen and long battery life. It is made by Barnes & Noble.
A specific eReader device designed and marketed by Amazon.
The price of an ebook may be constrained by the author, the vendor site, and the file size of the ebook. This leads to questions and answers gathered under this *pricing* tag.
A free document viewer for PDF files produced by Adobe and made available for Windows, macOS, Linux, iOS, and Android.
Works whose legal protection by copyright have expired or have been lawfully released. Law varies by country.
Questions specific to the country, generally about laws.
an ebook self-publishing and distribution platform.
Books supplied with a soundtrack, generally without a print in the same file. They are usually professionally presented.
Changing from one language to another, without altering the meaning.
A formatting language featuring a syntax that simplifies the formatting of text, creation of hyperlinks, and insertion of images.
A feature found on Kindle devices that estimates the amount of reading time remaining to complete a book based on the time elapsed.
third generation of mobile telecommunications technology
historical events related to ebooks or devices
a free and open source office suite, developed by The Document Foundation.