Weekend Roundup: ‘Ringleader’ says Apple did not raise e-books prices
June 16, 2013 | 11:12 am
By Dan Eldridge
‘Ringleader’ says Apple did not raise e-books prices (Reuters)
An Apple Inc executive at the center of an antitrust lawsuit by the U.S. government said on Thursday the company “didn’t care” what price publishers set for e-books.
Steve Jobs originally didn’t want to enter the e-book market (iDownloadBlog)
In a dose of irony that shouldn’t be lost on anyone and at a time when Apple’s Eddy Cue is being hauled before the U.S. Department of Justice in Manahattan, Apple’s Senior Vice President of Internet Software and Services has admitted that Apple co-founder and then CEO Steve Jobs didn’t even want to sell e-books in the first place.
Can you inherit an e-book? (Christian Science Monitor)
In settling the estate of my Aunt Eunice, who died recently at 94, her nieces and nephews gathered at her house a few months ago to divide her things, including her personal library.
Amazon giving away one free Kindle e-book daily in India (Good e-Reader)
Amazon rolled out their hardware and App Store in India last week. To celebrate the launch, Amazon is giving away one free eBook a day until June 26th.
Kindle Daily Deals: Michael Connelly’s “Lincoln Lawyer” legal thrillers (and 3 others)