A Technology story in News.com.au describes how the eBook Revolution is rebooting worldwide.
Which? offers its views on the best eBook Reading Apps.
Digital Book World reports on the U.S. Supreme Court refusing to review the fair use finding in the ten-year-old book copying case against Google.
Talking New Media reports on Google’s “unprintable” addition to the eBook Revolution.
TorrentFreak reports that a Dutch court has ordered Google to reveal personal details of a user responsible for publishing pirated eBooks.
Torrent Freak reports that Dutch anti-piracy group BREIN is taking Google to court to obtain the personal information of an account holder that was selling pirated eBook titles through Google Play.
Digital Book World responds to Amazon Kindle’s new Bookerly typeface and Google Play’s Literata font and wonders what all the fuss about.
…And then makes a major fuss about the general look of eBook displays. (These ain’t your granny’s paperbacks, sister!)
International Business Times updates us on the state of Google’s lax contribution to the eBook Revolution with the search giant’s Google Play App store rumored to be overrun by eBook pirates.
Android Headlines compares Google Play Books and the Amazon Kindle apps.
Digital Book World says Adobe has confirmed that its reading platform Digital Editions 4 is indeed gathering information on readers.