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Blio e-reading software still alive and it will come preloaded on T-Mobile Android devices.Baker & Taylor providing T-Mobile customers with rich digital media content from thousands of today’s top publishers as well as robust storefront and interactive and enhanced e-reading experience via Blio which is developed by K-NFB Reading Technology……..

 

Baker & Taylor, Inc., the world’s largest distributor of digital and physical books and entertainment products, together with K-NFB Reading Technology, developer of the Blio e-reading software application announced at the International CTIA Wireless show plans for Blio to be pre-loaded on select future products from T-Mobile USA, Inc. “We are delighted to partner with T-Mobile, which is known for delivering premium bonus applications to its customers,” said Bob Nelson, President of Baker & Taylor’s Digital Group. “Blio brings e-books to life, in vivid color and with a variety of enhanced features, including audio read along, Web browsing from inside the book and its patented Read Logic technology.”

 

Planned for availability on future Android-based devices, Blio will provide T-Mobile customers with access to a new set of enhanced titles, including feature rich full-color e-books, perfect for children and families. And as part of T-Mobile‘s bonus apps program, T-Mobile customers will have the exclusive opportunity to download featured titles from some of today’s top publishers and brands.Ray Kurzweil, founder of K-NFB Reading Technology, said, “Blio offers an unparalleled e-reading experience that will delight book lovers and create a whole new audience of readers with feature rich content that consumers can access wherever they are, whenever they want. T-Mobile customers, who have come to expect exciting bonus apps and premium content, will simply love Blio.”T-Mobile customers will have access to the Blio storefront, powered by Baker & Taylor and which is currently stocked with more than 3 million paid and free titles – from best-sellers to children’s and lifestyle books. Readers will also have the ability to automatically synch and view content purchased on their T-Mobile products to their Windows-based netbooks, laptops or desktops by downloading Blio for Windows, available for free at www.blio.com.

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