The Wall Street Journal today has a report on how the e-book industry is paying close attention not only to what books people read, but how they are reading them. Do readers skim the intro, skip around in the chapters? Do they read straight through? What are readers’ favorite passage to highlight and share? This [...] Related Stories Five Years Of iPhone [Video] Get Retina-blowing Color Splash Studio for Mac Free Through Sunday [Daily Freebie] Apple Awarded Preliminary Injunction Against Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus Apple Wants It Both Ways With iPad3.
Google will be launching an ebook service in late June or July, called Google Editions. The Wall Street Journal reported that during a panel at a book industry conference earlier today, a Google representative outlined Google’s stra... Read Post
The Wall Street Journal says the next-gen iPad is in production. It will supposedly be thinner, lighter, and faster, with a front-facing camera and the same resolution as the current iPad. Read More: Wall Street Journal Read the com... Read Post
Travelers who use Orbitz may want to pay attention to what computer they’re on when it comes time to book a vacation. The Wall Street Journal reported that the online travel agency has been experimenting with showing Mac users highe... Read Post