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  • April 27, 2010
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  More on the lost iPhone 4 debacle from Engadget … Police paperwork! Intruige! This is just too juicy to ignore…   The backstory of the lost fourth-gen iPhone prototype acquired by Gizmodo last week is certainly already the stuff of some legend, but hold on tight, because it just got even wilder: Giz editor…

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  • April 24, 2010
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iPhone/iPad e-book app review: BookShelf By Chris Meadows at TeleRead.org The last few e-readers I’ve reviewed have been corporate-, or at least company-created—crafted by teams of developers, with a very smooth and polished look to them and, with the exception of eReader, all relative latecomers to the iPhone platform. It’s time to switch things up…

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  • April 23, 2010
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They're not just for Kindles and iPads, you know  via Pocket-Lint Steve Jobs may have sat there at the press conference with a smug grin across his face leafing through the virtual pages on Apple's latest must have gadget, but the iPad is no ground breaker as far as reading ebooks goes. The Kindle and…

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  • April 23, 2010
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By Craig Mod via Gizmodo.com.au Kindle and iBooks on iPad still have a long way to go. Craig Mod, publishing experimenter, breaks them down, tells us what needs fixing and offers up some future functionality for digital books.

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  • April 23, 2010
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via eBook Newser OverDrive, the distributor of digital books and audiobooks to libraries and retailers, has launched an iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch app called OverDrive Media Console. The app plays OverDrive-distributed content borrowed or bought from OverDrive's distribution clients, which include Barnes & Noble and Borders. The app is free and allows users to…

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  • April 20, 2010
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Dr Seuss, he loved the trees, He loves the trees and birds and bees, But birds and bees don

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  • April 16, 2010
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UPDATE: It isn’t often we beat Engadget to the punch, but following our post yesterday, the uber-tech site is reporting that a Canadian telco CEO has let slip (then hurriedly retracted – a letter from a lawyer, perhaps) that June will see a new iPhone launched on his network. Apple are the masters of keeping…

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  • April 9, 2010
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Via ReadWriteWeb During today’s iPhone OS 4 event, Apple announced that it plans to bring iBooks and the iBookstore to the iPhone once the new OS becomes available later this year. It is not clear, however, why Apple plans to wait this long to bring its e-reader software and e-book store to the iPhone. After…

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  • April 9, 2010
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Talk about putting the iPad among the, erm, pidgeons… Less than a week after the “magical” Apple tablet was released in the US to the drooling millions, the superinterweb is already awash with rumours of mini version(s). According to Digitimes, Apple is working on a 5 to 7 inch version of the iPad which will…