Digital Book World talks about the advantages of author digital book signings.
The Los Angeles Times posted that eBook sales almost doubled in 2012 rising to over $3-Billion.
The Book Seller reports on publishers donating Nook books to encourage London readers.
The TicoTimes says the U.S. Justice Department filed documents accusing Apple of conspiring to raise eBook prices.
According to Smart Planet, Argentina is resistant to eBook adoption.
GoodeReader has postedÂ Smashwords data from an eBook sales study.
Pocket-lint says Microsoft is considering a $1-Billion buyout of Barnes and Noble’s Nook digital assets.
Bloomberg has more on Google’s ongoing quarrel with Authors.
The New York Times has an update on the eBook Piracy debate with industry leader Tor Books UK’s DRM-FREE title list showing no discernible increase in piracy.
Digital Book World reports on increases to Indie author eBook Â pricing.
According to CNET, Google and the Authors Guild are still wrangling in court over $3-Billion in damages demanded by the latter over the Google digital books project.
Everyone’s been waiting for Google Books to take off, and one wonders if their perpetual lackluster performance isn’t linked to these ongoing legal issues with the Authors Guild.
Phys.org reports that according to an Indiana State University doctoral student, students perform equally well if they read from an eBook or physical textbook.
Paid Content posted that the Atlantic is launching a new eBook division that will deliver singles and curated collections.
PCR Online says eBook growth encourages UK book purchases.
According toÂ The Christian Science Monitor, publisher Hachette is finally making its eBooks available to libraries.
Digital Book World has more about the impact of digital publishing on the future of traditional book sales.
ZDNet reports that Barnes and Noble is introducing two for one Nook eBook weekends.