How-to video: Reading books from anywhere with Google eBook store
Brief synopsis: It's not surprising that Google is corning the market on eBooks, once owned by Amazon.com and its popular Kindle eBook reader. Now, search and everything else Internet giant, Google, has launched its own eBook store, with over 3 million free books in its library and just about every bestseller you'd want to purchase.
Benefits: Unlike Amazon, which sends its books only to the Kindle reader and smart phone applications, Google's eBook store offers Google users a web-based service that can be accessed from anywhere, short of a Kindle reader. You can read your eBooks from your PC, laptop, Sony eBook reader or your smart phone. Books are easy to locate and they are stored on the web, so they are available from any Internet connection.
Drawbacks: Currently, books purchased in the Google eBook store are not availalbe for Kindle users.
Conclusion: The how-to video above demonstrates the Google eBook store and its many functions.