TechCrunch reports Waterstones is outsourcing its eBook business to international eBook sales platform Kobo.
GoodeReader writes that Simon & Schuster is cheating authors out of eBook royalties.
The Bellevue Reporter offers a love letter to eBooks.
Softpedia says Calibre 2.57 eBook Management Software has added a driver for the BQ Cervantes 3 Reader.
ITPRO compares iPad Air and iPad Mini 2 for iBook readers.
Digital Book World predicts an eBook boom in India.
Consumer Reports talks the pros and cons of eBook subscription services. They’re not for everybody. (Scribd and OverDrive pay Indie Authors actual royalties.)
GoodeReader writes about the mess that the big publishers have made of the eBook market.
Publishers Weekly says Kobo’s user data reveals the true character of its readers.
9TO5Mac posted that Apple has been granted a patent for an iPad cover with built-in display and sketchpad. Sounds like there might be some eBook reading applications there.