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Is iPad supercharging e-book piracy?

Cnet: Recently, Scott Turow, the best-selling author of legal thrillers, including "Innocent"--his just released sequel to "Presumed Innocent"--was named president of The Authors Guild. That Turow, a practicing lawyer, was named president is probably no coincidence, considering the myriad issues that authors and publishers now face as digital books and e-book readers not only disrupt the marketplace but leave it vulnerable to that nasty little vermin commonly known as piracy.

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fatstarr5181d ago

I think that if you build it they will pirate it. welcome to the internet e-books.
"book piracy costs the industry nearly $3 billion, or over 10 percent of total revenue."
and I seriously find that hard to believe because they get freshman every year in college that buy all their books. companies are so greedy all of a sudden.

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Famous ChatGPT app Petey is currently available for iPad

The famous ChatGPT application for Apple Watch, Petey, became available for iPhone a couple of months ago.

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Apple macOS 14 Sonoma: Release date, features and Mac compatibility

Apple’s next operating system for its Mac models is called macOS 14 Sonoma, in this article, we will give you some details about the tech giant’s next version of macOS.

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Apple has cut trade-in values for iPhones, iPads, and MacBooks

Trade-in value has been slashed ahead of the holiday shopping season.

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