Sep
7

Apple shareholders to sue Apple

It seems the Apple eBook price-fixing conspiracy that refuses to die continues to–not die. According to a post at the RegisterApple shareholders are suing the iPad maker for driving the price of their shares down when it colluded with six major publishers to artificially drive eBook prices higher.

Sep
5

Samsung going all in with Digital Publishing

GoodeReader has more on Samsung’s leap into the digital publishing market as the tech-company plans to make a splash at the Frankfurt Book Fair.

Sep
4

Top 25 eBook best-sellers for week ending Sept. 30th

Digital Book World offers the top 25 eBook best-sellers for the week ending September 30th.

Sep
3

Samsung makes commitment to publishing

Digital Book World reports that Samsung will sponsor the Frankfurt Book Fair. That commitment underlines its partnership with Barnes and Noble and collaboration on the new Nook Samsung Galaxy Tab 4.

Sep
2

More on eBooks versus paper books

The debate over paper books and eBooks continues to follow us as the eBook Revolution matures and the publishing industry evolves. EConsultancy continues the discussion.

Sep
1

First all-eBook library opens

GoodeReader has a story on the Florida Polytechnic University that has just opened the first all-eBook library.

Aug
31

More on the Kobo Aura H20

On a slow rumor day ZDNet gives us some more information on the new Kobo Aura H2O waterproof eBook reader. Anyone out there who owns an eReader will agree that at $179.99 this October release is a cool idea.

Aug
29

Kobo’s waterproof eReader Aura H20 arrives

Digital Book World reports on Kobo’s release of its waterproof eReader the Aura H20.

Aug
28

Indie authors can sell more eBooks

PC Pro offers some tips to increase sales for Indie authors and publishers.

Aug
27

eBook quality concerns just another ruse for higher eBook prices

PaidContent has a post declaring publisher concerns over eBook quality. I say publishers shouldn’t pick on digital publishing until they address the long decline of the paperback and hard cover book. The last few traditionally bound books I’ve purchased from traditional publishing houses had various “errors” including typos and were plagued by an overall fragile physical book construction that barely survived the first reading. (The spine split on one and was severely damaged on the other.) I still have several serviceable paperbacks on my bookshelves that were printed over 40 years ago, so I’ve seen quality.

It makes more sense that the publishing industry be concerned with what readers want. Publishers have proven that their true motivations (See Apple price-fixing conspirators for clarification) have more to do with jacking up their prices than providing affordable, quality products. Their interest in eBook quality sounds like another justification for their over-priced goods.

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