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ePub is a standard for creating electronic books, which are read on devices often called ereaders.
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On Dec 6, 2011, at 4:50 AM, Roberta Hennessey <rahennessey -at- gmail -dot- com> wrote:
> I am presently writing a procedure for software to display on both a
> customary web browser and mobile device. I think of the customary web
> browser as a desktop or laptop and the mobile device as a smartphone,
> though I realize this description is too simplistic. Has anyone seen any
> guidelines or nomenclature around how to define different devices
> (smartphone, tablet, ePub, etc.)? Has anyone seen any standards in our
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