According to CNET, Simon & Schuster has now made deals to provide its backlist titles to up and coming eBook subscription services Oyster and Scribd.
GoodeReader posted on the Ad-based eBook reading service Readfy.
Digital Book World reports on making the most of digital publishing’s middle ground.
Digital Trends gives us a list of the 100 Best Free eBooks for Kindle.
Computerworld tells you how to add PDFs to your iBooks.
and GoodeReader also offers a story on NewsHunt’s move into the India eBook marketplace.
TV Guide has a story about a novel marriage of technologies. After the cancellation of the popular Showtime television series The Borgias fans thought they’d never know how the story was going to turn out.
But thanks to series writer and creator, Neil Jordan, they’ll get closure in the final screenplay he has re-written and released as an eBook available at Amazon and other retailers.
GoodeReader has a frightening story about plans by some in the publishing industry to plant malware in eBooks to catch eBook Pirates by disabling their computer systems.
It’s a disturbing story because you just know these things will find their way onto the computers of law abiding citizens… It would just be a matter of time.
The only way to defeat eBook Pirates is by selling DRM-free eBooks at a reasonable price.