Kindle’s market is stretching beyond the casual reader to research and academics. As proof, PhysOrg.com, the leading web-based science, research and technology news service, just announced it is giving its subscribers a way to keep up with news on their Kindle e-readers. The service will offer Kindle users two options for news feeds. The first, “Spotlight News”, will feature the top 40 or so stories of the day fed directly to the subscriber’s Kindle. Those readers who want more specialized news, can choose one of five channel feeds that provide all the stories in one of the following subject areas: Space and Earth, Technology and Electronics, Biology and Chemistry, Physics and Nanotechnology or Medicine and Health.
Since it was launched in 2004, PhysOrg.com has has grown to include 1.75 million readers every month from the scientific, research and engineering community. The news service publishes about 100 articles every day, giving the world some of the most comprehensive coverage of science and technology developments available.
PhysOrg.com also has apps for news feeds and podcasts for the iPhone and any MP3 player. Each of the Kindle feed subscriptions cost $1.99 per month. For more information, go to PhysOrg on Amazon Kindle.