E-books and Self-Publishing Roundup, May 3, 2012

    by Lily Leung
    May 3, 2012

    The best stories of the week from across the web on e-books and self-publishing

    1. Google Books copyright case back in court (PaidContent)

    2. Microsoft sinks $300 million into a venture with Barnes & Noble (CNN)


    3. Target stops selling Kindle e-readers (NYT)

    4. E-book sales in the UK shot up by 366% last year (Guardian)

    5. Six things consumers still want in e-reader features (PC Magazine)


    6. If you’re confused by the DOJ e-books lawsuit, you’re not alone (Atlantic)


    Tagged: barnes and noble copyright doj e-book sales e-readers google books kindle microsoft must reads target

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