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Google eBooks. Kindle and Nook Watch Out!

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Today is a big day in the e-reader book world. I just happened to get my very own iPad for Hanukah and imagine my extreme excitement to find out that my gift has coincided with the announcement of Google eBooks. So why should Amazon’s Kindle and Barnes and Noble’s Nook be worried?

Find out more after the jump…

With more than 3 million titles available, Google ebooks this is the biggest e-book store ever launched. Selling at about $10-15 per book, Google Ebooks is set to take over the market since the books are compatible with most ebook readers, including my iPad, iPhone, and Sony Reader. Not only that, there will be many books available from independent bookstores making finding obscure titles a breeze. A book lovers dream! Leave it to Google to take over the ebook marketplace.

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Elina Furman Landauer is a media vet with over 15 years of experience producing lifestyle content for women. She launched A-List Mom with her sister, Leah Furman, to help moms filter through the myriad of information online. Elina is a former contributor to the Style and Parenting channels on Babble.

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  1. [...] Yet the new Barnes & Noble Nook Color ($249) is more of a hybrid between an e-reader and a multi-functioning tablet like the iPad, and more apps are expected to be available in 2011. Right now the device comes with eight apps, including Pandora radio, a music player, image and video gallery, contacts and three games. If you want to get down to the nitty gritty, there are many more differences between the varieties of Kindle and Nook e-readers, including color, screen types and availability of e-books, which you can read about here. (And did you hear Google is blowing open the e-book market with Google Ebooks?) [...]

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