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Amazon continues its "be everywhere" approach, publishing survey results are optimistic, and a lawsuit against Apple and five US publishers was filed.
In the latest edition of publishing news, the Kindle Cloud Reader's HTML5 platform offers a new level of content ubiquity, BookStats latest survey shows optimistic results for publishers, and a Seattle law firm alleges Apple and five US publishers colluded.
Will a "Netflix for ebooks" catch on? 24Symbols is counting on it.
24Symbols, a kind of Netflix for ebooks, aims to benefit readers and publishers alike. Company co-founder Justo Hildago outlines the books-as-a-service model in this interview.
EPUB3 could yield enhanced ebooks that finally work on multiple platforms.
New features in EPUB3 are expanding the horizons of ebook enhancement. In this interview, Julien Simon and Jérémie Gisserot of Walrus Books discuss the advantages of EPUB3 and what they’d like to see developers do next.
A new tech-publishing startup chose Seattle over New York or Silicon Valley.
Seattle is where it's at, at least for the recently launched annotation application Highlighter. Co-founder and CEO Josh Mullineaux talks about the company, where it's headed, and why Seattle is home.
Newspapers bundle tablets and content, Google gets an ereader.
In the latest Publishing News: Sister newspapers in Philadelphia announced a tablet program, Iriver launched an ereading device with the Google eBookstore on board, and Peter Meyers says digital can fix footnotes.
Publishing tools should address the obvious, like layering text over images.
Callouts and captions enhance visuals, but some publishing tools make it difficult to mix images and text. That needs to change.
Goodbye clunky CMS. Hello low-cost agility.
The Bangor Daily News addressed its digital workflow issues with a creative new system built on Google Docs and WordPress. William Davis, the newspaper's online editor and the system's architect, explains how it works and why they did it.
Joe Wikert on creating mobile experiences that surpass expectations.
As a part of an ongoing series looking at mobile disruption, Joe Wikert talks about how mobile, specifically econtent, can offer consumers something more than what they've previously experienced.
How to blog and not get sued, magazine apps miss the mark, and a publisher gets aggressive with marketing.
In the latest Publishing News: Bloggers get tips on avoiding lawsuits, magazine publishers are building clunky apps, and Open Road outlines its aggressive marketing techniques.