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Feds say Apple must give access to Amazon and Barnes & Noble e-bookstores

Feds say Apple must give access to Amazon and Barnes & Noble e-bookstores | The daily digest | Scoop.it
The Justice Department has set out proposals of what Apple should do to fix the harm from its efforts to fix prices in ebook market. The proposals are likely to be very unpopular with Apple.
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Everything you need to know about the great e-book price war

Everything you need to know about the great e-book price war | The daily digest | Scoop.it
How the DOJ's antitrust lawsuit against Apple and the Big Six book publishers will affect the business of lit
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S&S Offers E-Book Lending, Purchase Via New York City Libraries

S&S Offers E-Book Lending, Purchase Via New York City Libraries | The daily digest | Scoop.it
Simon & Schuster has announced a one-year pilot e-book lending program with New York Public Library, Brooklyn Public Library and the Queens Library that will make its complete catalogue available for unlimited checkout for a period of one year...
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Amazon Debuts ‘Send To Kindle Button’

Amazon Debuts ‘Send To Kindle Button’ | The daily digest | Scoop.it
Amazon’s new Send To Kindle Button is a new web application that allows users with Kindle accounts to send content they encounter on a website or blog to their Kindle supported e-readers to read at a later time.
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Samsung Expands its E-Book Service with Readers Hub 2.0

Samsung Expands its E-Book Service with Readers Hub 2.0 | The daily digest | Scoop.it

28 January 2013, London UK - Samsung Electronics today announced it has expanded its e-book service and will now offer even more customers the chance to transform their digital reading experience with Readers Hub 2.0.  The service brings thousands of bestsellers and e-books from around the world, including illustrated cooking books and interactive reading materials for kids, to owners of Samsung's smartphones and tablets.

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Amazon launches India Kindle store | The Bookseller

Amazon launches India Kindle store | The Bookseller | The daily digest | Scoop.it

Amazon has opened an India Kindle store on Amazon.com, as well as launching the device for sale at Croma retail stores across the country. The Kindle Store includes over one million titles, priced in rupees.

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Quick-To-Market Ebooks Now Norm, Not Exception

Quick-To-Market Ebooks Now Norm, Not Exception | The daily digest | Scoop.it
The cover of one of the first "instant books" of the new era. Basketball player Jeremy Lin shocked the nation last year with his performance filling in at point guard for the depleted New York Knicks.
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Amazon launches Kindle tablets & e-book readers in India

Amazon launches Kindle tablets & e-book readers in India | The daily digest | Scoop.it
Last week, Amazon Seller Services Pvt Ltd, part of the world’s largest e-commerce firm Amazon.com, launched its marketplace in India at Amazon.in. The firm…
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Kobo Unveils Aura HD High-Res E-ink Device for $170

Kobo Unveils Aura HD High-Res E-ink Device for $170 | The daily digest | Scoop.it
E-book retailer Kobo is releasing the limited-edition Kobo Aura HD E-ink e-reader, a high resolution, black & white e-ink device that will retail for $169.99.
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Amazon Wants to Get Into the Used E-Book Business -- Or Bury It

Amazon Wants to Get Into the Used E-Book Business -- Or Bury It | The daily digest | Scoop.it
There is no such thing as a dog-eared e-book -- each copy is forever perfect. But a new Amazon patent could go a long way toward making the digital media in our lives a lot more like the physical version.
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Survey Says: E-Readers Are Racing Toward Extinction -

Survey Says: E-Readers Are Racing Toward Extinction - | The daily digest | Scoop.it
I can't even begin to count the number of articles I've seen over the past few weeks about the swiftly growing popularity of tablet computers. A week or tw
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