If you’re tired of draining the battery on your tablet or smartphone whenever you want to read, consider buying a dedicated e-book reader instead. For a limited time, you can grab the Kindle […]
Which e-book reader apps are best for Android? Whether you want to bring your entire collection to the beach with you, or you want to re-read Game of Thrones in digital form on the morning train to work, there's a great reading app for Android available for you. Show More Summary
Skip ahead. Skip backward. Roam as you please. Then go back to where you were in a jiffy. The advantages that e-books have over their dead-tree forebears are so many and varied that I'm not going to bother detailing them here. Read Full Story
The original mission of Amazon's Kindle to make reading e-books as easy as reading print books just took another major step forward with the introduction of a new feature called Page Flip SEE ALSO: Check your Amazon account for freeShow More Summary
Customers looking to purchase apps, music or e-books through found themselves out of luck on Friday as a handful of Apple's internet services were hit by an hours-long outage, the third such downtime to hit Apple's services this mon...
THIS IS SADLY TYPICAL: Apple’s E-Books Lawsuit Yields Minuscule ‘Credits’ for Readers, $50 Million for Lawyers.
The entry-level e-book reader gets a slight update with a handful of new features.
Dutch Usenet providers Eweka and Usenetter have been ordered to hand over the personal details of two uploaders who shared over 2,000 pirated e-books. The case was initiated by local anti-piracy group BREIN, which plans to offer a settlement to the accused uploaders. Source: TF, for the latest info on copyright, file-sharing, torrent sites and ANONYMOUS VPN services.
Do you have cash from the Apple e-book price fixing settlement chilling in your Amazon account? Reinvest that money in digital literature and grab an updated Amazon Kindle!
Amazon, Nook, iBooks and Kobo have issued credits to customers as part of an antitrust settlement.
Ticketmaster isn't the only site giving you freebies this week. Thanks to a class-action lawsuit, Apple is paying for Amazon account credit for people who bought certain e-books between April 2010 and May 2012. You can check here to see if you've got any settlement money in your account. Amazon...
Apple started paying out its $400 million settlement over e-book fixed-pricing allegations. Retailers like Amazon have sent emails to customers who are eligible for a refund. Produced by Arielle Berger. Original reporting by Kif Leswing. Follow BI Video: On Twitter Join the conversation about this story »
E-book retailers began issuing Apple-funded credits Tuesday to customer accounts following Apple’s agreement to pay $400 million in a settlement that ended an antitrust complaint.
Smart, well-planned Houston digital marketing can propel your business to greater success. One of the most powerful tools in digital marketing is an e-book, or, electronic book. It's a concise yet informational book which reflects aShow More Summary
Apple and five publishers are refunding $400 million over an alleged e-book price-fixing scheme
If you bought an e-book from major book retailers between April 2010 and May 2012, chances are good that you could soon be enjoying some free stuff. The store credits appearing in consumer’s iTunes, Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Kobo accounts...Show More Summary
Amazon: In November 2014, a federal court approved a Settlement of antitrust lawsuits brought against Apple, Inc. (“Apple”) by State Attorneys General and Class Plaintiffs about the price of electronic books (“eBooks”). Those settlements resulted in credits for qualifying Kindle books purchased between April 1, 2010 and May 21, 2012. Show More Summary
Apple must pay $400M to all e-book customers who bought between 2010 and 2012.
Nearly three years ago, Apple was found guilty of conspiring to raise the retail prices of e-books and ordered to pay $400 million to consumers. In March, the Supreme Court rejected Apple’s appeal to overturn the ruling. As a result,...Show More Summary
The tech giant must pay millions in damages following the settlement of a lawsuit that charged it with colluding to set the prices of e-books.