New application brings online research service to the iPhone

11/19/2009 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

A new fee-based service allows students to read books and magazine articles on their iPhone or iPod Touch. Created by Questia, an Internet research portal, the application provides access to about 5,000 books. However, a Los Angeles Times technology writer questions the value of the niche service, which relies on cash-strapped students to buy in and has users reading books on relatively small screens.

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