October 31, 2012

The Tech Industry Created a Reading Revolution

Grant Brunner, Extreme Tech


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Reading has truly seen a big change in the last few years. With high-definition video, hyper-real video games, and high-quality audio so readily available, it is a little counter-intuitive that boring old books, and the technology behind them, are still going from strength to strength. Really, there has never been a better moment in history if you like reading books.

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