People who own digital reading devices such as Amazon.com’s Kindle, the Sony Reader and Apple’s iPad spend more time on books, magazines and newspapers than folks without those gadgets, according to a poll by the Harrison Group.
Tablet and e-reader owners between 18 and 64 years old reported spending 50% more time reading magazines. Users of tablets such as the iPad said they spent nearly 75% more time reading newspapers and 25% more time reading books.
Those who own dedicated reading devices such as the Kindle spend 50% more time reading newspapers and 45% more time reading books, according to the poll.
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