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Though feature-rich, the Skydog's hardware is too slow and limited to justify its high cost and ongoing subscription pricing.
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Parents, take note: the "Netflix of books" has added a generous selection of children's titles, including dozens from Disney Publishing.
The monthly subscription service that lets you read an unlimited number of e-books is now available on any desktop or mobile browser.
In the battle to become the "Netflix of digital books," Scribd is taking its app to Amazon Kindle Fire tablets while updating its iOS and Android apps.
Want to see what a "Netflix for e-books" might be like? Here's your chance to find out for a full 90 days.
Web-based TV service won't debut until at least next year because of a lack of progress in licensing programming, Bloomberg reports.
The all-you-can-eat streaming service has been free for the past three months. As the first trial periods expire this week, the true test begins for the subscription model.