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  • The rise of smartphone reading
  • The rise of smartphone reading
    Japan Experterna (2015) ©
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The rise of smartphone reading

The best camera is the one you have with you in your pocket. The same might now be true for books. With smartphones growing increasingly large, will they push the e-reader into redundancy? And is the future of e-books shifting towards the small screen over dedicated devices and tablets?

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