TechCrunch reports that Entitle eBook Subscription Service now offers multi-platform support that allows customers to download and read their titles on the E Ink device of their choosing, e.g. Kobo eReader, Nook or Sony device.
Up until now, the other subscription services like Oyster and Scribd have been available with Apps for iOS and Android tablets .
A Digital Book World story says that eBook best-seller Divergent has been dethroned this week by Laurelin Paige’s Indie published Fixed Trilogy Bundle.
Digital Book World reports on a new Board of Director member at Barnes and Noble.
Android Police says a new App from Inkling will bring interactive instructional Lit to your Android device.
A Digital Book World story tells why eBooks should cost more.
Publishers Weekly updates us on the damages phase of the Apple price-fixing conspiracy.
Comic Book Resources reports that DC Comics has added single issues to the Google Play store.
Stuff.TV posted on the upcoming Amazon Kindle Paperscent that will emulate the smell of real books coming from your Kindle.
Lifehacker tells you how to consolidate all of your eBooks on one eReader.
Digital Book World says Verso Books has launched an eCommerce site that will promote eBook bundling.
Publishers Weekly reports on Apple and Publishers fighting a follow-up anti-trust suit.
Marketplace is encouraging people to announce the amount of their Amazon Kindle settlements online.