USA Today and Bookish found that these devices are clearly influencing reading habits—or perhaps that those most likely to buy such devices were readers all along. Device owners read an average of 18 books per year, compared with 11 among those without gadgets.
But the device-owning readers credited their electronics with influencing them to be more bookish. More than one-third of respondents had read more books as a result of ereader and/or tablet ownership. Read the rest at eMarketer.