has launched its much-anticipated Google eBookstore, complete with an ereader app for Android (and one for iOS too). Users will be able to choose from more than three million titles - including hundreds of thousands for sale - made up of public domain classics and brand new bestsellers. If you don't have an Android 2.1+ or iOS device, you can use Google's eBooks Web Reader for cloud-based ereading in the browser. The Google eBookstore is initially only available in the US.
Video demonstration after the cut.
last week when their CEO demonstrated an Acer tablet another one emerges. In the past Acer has said they will not be entering the tablet market but it appears that decision has been overturned. This is the second leak in as many weeks of an Acer branded Android tablet.