Audiobook News

Andrew Adam Newman – “The company that has given Apple’s iTunes the most competition in the song-download arena will now compete with it in selling audiobooks, too. Beginning tomorrow, eMusic, which is second to iTunes in music download sales, will offer more than a thousand books for download, with many of them costing far less than on iTunes.”

3 Responses to “Audiobook News”

  1. Davin Peterson
    September 18, 2007 at 7:50 am #

    Because iPod’s don’t support WMA, they can’t download ebooks from NetLibrary or Overdrive. But, the Creative Zen Vision:M player can and has support for bookmarking. One reason why Creative’s Zen is better the iPod. If you go to http://www.pwcgov.org/library it shows a picture of the Creative Zen Vision:M.

    (P.S. Creative invented the iPod interface and get’s no recongtion./)

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