Apple is trying to tell a US court that its former messiah, Steve Jobs, was lying when he bragged about bullying publishers into an epublishing deal.
Penguin has agreed to settle with the Department of Justice over its alleged e-book price-fixing, ramping up the pressure on Apple to do the same.
Microsoft is making a $300 million investment in Barnes & Noble, creating a new subsidiary aimed at promoting the Nook.
The Department of Justice is expected to file an anti-trust lawsuit against Apple today, citing concerns of e-book price fixing.
The European Commission announced this morning that it intends to investigate possible price-fixing by e-book publishers and Apple.
Penguin says it's to stop supplying e-books to libraries, and will no longer allow them to lend any titles for Amazon's Kindle reader.
Apple, along with a number of book publishers, has been accused of illegally fixing prices, forcing Amazon to scrap discount programs.
Amazon says that, for the first time, it's now selling more Kindle books than print books.
Amazon's moved to improve the competitiveness of its Kindle e-reader by allowing users to lend their books to friends.
Reading an ebook is substantially slower than reading a standard paper version, according to a study.
The British Library is promising 65,000 free e-books this spring, which means you no longer have any excuse for your ignorance of the classics.