E-books software developed

It’s not just tech enthusiasts that are taking their reading digital. North Korea too has developed a digital reader program called “Mirae 2.0,” reports the Korea Times. The newspaper appears to have had a demo of the software, which runs on Windows and allows access to the translated texts of about 1,500 books and 350,000 kinds of other documents, it reported.

Source: “North Korea Has Electronic Books,” Korea Times, and “The e-book revolution hits North Korea,” Christian Science Monitor.

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