Facing a jury trial next month with $840 million in potential damage claims on the line in a dispute over alleged e-book price fixing, Apple has instead decided to settle out of court to make the problem go away.
If you're a fan of digital comic books or even a casual reader, chances are you woke up this morning to an email from ComiXology detailing a mandatory password reset after discovering a database security breach.
Online photo service Shutterfly has always been a great place to order prints or create photo gifts, but the company is gradually moving to mobile devices, including a new iPad app for creating photo books.
E-tailer Amazon has been leading the charge for electronic books almost as long as anyone with their Kindle lineup, so it should be a surprise to no one that the company is now selling more e-books than print books -- at least across the pond.
When it comes to iOS apps for the youngsters, there’s no shortage of them available from the App Store. Problem is, most of them are loud, obnoxious and frequently garish. So what’s a parent to do? We’ve collected 10 of our own favorites that are guaranteed annoyance-free -- and parents might even enjoy them, too.
When iBooks Author was announced a few weeks ago, users hoped it would make it easier to publish your work to the iBook Store. However, once those users delved into the EULA, it became clear that to get any exposure outside of Apple's own store, one would have to use a different method of publishing. Fortunately, there are other options. Read on to find out how you can publish an e-book without licensing restrictions.