By MEGAN LEACH
If you think of how DVDs have transformed the movie-watching experience over the past few years, it’s little wonder that other media are turning to technology to breathe new life into existing products. Take books as an example – more specifically, audio books. Audio recordings of books on cassette or CD are hardly new, but new technologies are hoping to transform the reading experience by combining audio and text. With today’s portable MP3 players that can hold hours of music, a new breed of high-tech printing houses are finding new storage solutions.
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