This month has seen two major innovations that may well play a big part in helping publishers adapt to changing reading habits, with a little help from Al Gore.

This month has seen two major innovations that may well play a big part in helping publishers adapt to changing reading habits, with a little help from Al Gore. Both are focused primarily on the e-book and tablet market, two markets with meteoric growth projections. Only 7% of online adults read e-books today, but Forrester predicts that the e-book market will rise to $3 billion by 2015. Similarly, U.S. tablet sales are projected to grow at an annual rate of 42%, with 20.4 million units expected to be sold in 2015 according to Forrester.

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