Synonyms for bookeen or Related words with bookeen

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Examples of "bookeen"
Bookeen is French company dealing with e-books and consumer electronics.
Cybook is the brand of the French company Bookeen for its line of ebook readers.
June 2010 Bookeen published a much improved firmware for Gen3 and Opus devices.
Cybook Orizon is a 6 inch e-Reader, specially designed for reading e-Books. It is produced by the French company Bookeen.
In 2014, Bookeen launches the Cybook Muse, the new 6 inches connected ebook reader and latter en 2014, the Cybook Ocean, an 8 inches connected ebook reader.
Cybook Opus is a 5 inch e-reader, specially designed for reading e-books and e-news. It is produced by the French company Bookeen.
In August 2011, Bookeen launches its own e-book store called with ePub and PDF format books, and a selection of free e-books with no DRM.
Witnesses included Bedilia Connors, daughter of William Connors; Margaret Dolan of Bookeen;, William Daniel, gardener at Dunsandle; Daniel's boy, 14-year-old John White; Michael Fallon, herder for Dunsandle and his boy, John Connolly; Matilda Callinan of Loughrea; John Fennessy; constable George Humphries of Bookeen; Henry Cloran, MD, of Loughrea. Over twenty witnesses were called for the prosecution, none for the defence. The trial lasted six hours, and Hurley was found guilty. He was hung in Galway.
Cybook Gen3 is a 6 inch e-Reader, specially designed for reading e-Books and e-News, or listening to MP3 music or audio-books. It is produced by the French company Bookeen.
Cybook Gen3 is a 6-inch (15.2 cm) e-reader for reading e-books and periodicals, and it can be used to listen to MP3 and audiobook files. It was produced by the French company Bookeen.
At the end of 2008, Bookeen started to claim future support for the ePub eBook format. The current firmware supporting it for all models; however, this firmware can not support the older Mobipocket format. Another firmware with support for Mobipocket is still made available so the user can select the desired format. The Swedish Internet Book Store AdLibris initiated a cooperation with Bokeen, and started 2010 to sell the "läsplatta" (Swedish for ebook reader) named Letto an exact copy of Bookeen, except with Swedish menus and Swedish dictionary. When the frontline model of Bookeen was introduced 2014, the Swedish twin version was also manufactured and sold by AdLibirs in the Scandinavian market. In 2009 they also announced a new product the Cybook Opus a smaller version of the Cybook Gen3 but with some improvements: improved shape, accelerometer, 1 GB of user memory, and a 400Mhz CPU.
June 2010 Bookeen published a much improved firmware. This new firmware, (V2.1 build 1198) brings the 1 second mode: Cybook can be switched on/off in 1 second, keeping last read page open -this allows you to switch on and off without having to boot each time. See the .pdf readme file User interface is available in a total of 23 languages.
The Cybook Gen1 (formally Cybook) was an e-reader originally made by the French company Cytale, which filed for bankruptcy in 2003. Two engineers of Cytale founded Bookeen and bought the rights to the Cybook. They completely remade the integrated OS and application, and then sold it as the Cybook Gen1.
In 2003 after the failure of Cytale (the first European company to make an ebook reader) two former engineers of Cytale, Laurent Picard and Michaël Dahan, bought the intellectual property of the Cytale reading device, the Cybook Gen1. They founded the company, Bookeen, to produce dedicated ebook reading devices. Their first product was the Cybook Gen1.
The Cybook Gen1 was Bookeen's only product until 2006/2007, when they began exploring E-ink screens. At the time, E-Ink screens were a new technology and claimed to have a near paper-like appearance that did not cause eyestrain. In late 2007 Bookeen began selling the Cybook Gen3, their first eBook reader to use an E-Ink screen.
She was sent to Loughrea, with seven shillings and six pence to buy bread, veal, wine and other items. She passed the entrance gates to Dunsandle Castle and reached the bridge over the river at Toolooubaune, about four o clock in the afternoon. There she was met by John Hurley from nearby Bookeen. Hurley was aged about twenty-four, and had also worked for the Connors family before been dismissed a fortnight previously for dishonesty.
The EPUB format has gained some popularity as a vendor-independent XML-based e-book format. The format can be read by the Kobo eReader, BlackBerry devices, Apple's iBooks app running on Macintosh computers and iOS devices, Google Books app running on Android and iOS devices, Barnes & Noble Nook, Amazon Kindle Fire, Sony Reader, BeBook, Bookeen Cybook Gen3 (with firmware v2 and up), COOL-ER, Adobe Digital Editions, Lexcycle Stanza, BookGlutton, AZARDI, FBReader, Aldiko, CoolReader, Mantano Reader, Moon+ Reader, the Mozilla Firefox add-on EPUBReader, Okular and other reading apps.
On June 1, 2009, E Ink Corp. announced an agreement to be purchased by one of its primary business partners, Prime View Int'l Co. Ltd (元太科技工業), for US$215 million. However, from June to December 2009, the purchase price was re-negotiated and E Ink was finally officially acquired on Dec. 24, 2009 for $450 million. The purchase by this Taiwanese company has put the production of the E Ink EPD on a larger scale than before, as Prime View also owns BOE Hydis Technology Co. Ltd (京东方海帝士科技) and maintains a strategic partner relationship with Chi Mei Optoelectronics Corp., which is now Chimei InnoLux Corporation (奇美電子), part of the Hon Hai-Foxconn Group (鴻海富士康集團). Foxconn is the sole ODM partner for Prime View's Netronix Inc. (振曜科技), the supplier of E Ink panel e-readers for rebranding - the end-user products may appear with any of several brands, e.g., Bookeen, COOL-ER, PocketBook, etc.