Apple points finger at Amazon in DOJ e-book pricing lawsuit

Yet more news has developed in the DOJ’s case against Apple and several book publishers over their alleged collusion to price-fix e-books, or what we like to call The Never-ending Lawsuit That is Slowly Choking the Fun out of Reading. This week, Apple filed this statement with the Southern District Court of New York, which… Read More


Kindle public library books decline as Penguin pulls titles

The number of e-books available for digital lending on Amazon’s Kindle through public libraries around the country has declined noticeably in recent days — from more than 27,000 to less than 23,000 titles through the Seattle Public Library, for example. The reason: Penguin Group USA has decided, for now, to stop making new e-books available… Read More