Opera and Worldreader offer free eBooks dedicated to young adult readers during lock down

By Staff Writer 26 March 2020

Opera together with international non-profit organisation Worldreader, are jumping in to help keep young South African minds stimulated during the country's lock-down. FULL STORY >


Paper-based text proves better for student comprehension

By Staff Writer 20 October 2017

Research done by Professor Patricia Alexander and Lauren Singer of the University of Maryland found that comprehension suffers when text is read on-screen. FULL STORY >


The act of Reading delivers a focused and engaged consumer - Publisher Research Council

By Press Release 12 May 2017

The Publisher Research Council's (PRC) latest South African research - Media View shows that although consumers may not be spending as much time reading as engaging with broadcast media, the time spent... FULL STORY >


iBooks 3 now available in the South African app store

By Ryan Noik 25 October 2012

One new announcement from Apple that should not be overlooked is its new iReader 3.0 update, which is faster and better than previous iterations. FULL STORY >


Nokia unveils Reading app for Lumia devices

By Hanleigh Daniels 28 February 2012

Nokia reveals its Reading app that will allow smartphone users to access ebooks, audiobooks and news feeds from one location. FULL STORY >

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