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Apple’s Growing eBook Problem

"......publishers will have to tighten their belts...."


Ya think?!!!

Freedom is not free.
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Re: Apple’s Growing eBook Problem

I have yet to read a more biased article.  LOL.  The DOJ is screwing Apple, poor Apple.  But Apple can survive even if the book industry goes into the toilet, yay Apple.  Whatever.  Did Macworld forget this whole mess was Apple's idea to begin with?

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Re: Apple’s Growing eBook Problem

Apple sucks, they have done everything they can to eliminate and stifle innovation and competition.