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Yahoo follows News Corp, announces Livestand 'magazine' for tablets

Betanews – 2011-02-11

By Tim Conneally, Betanews Yahoo on Thursday announced that it will soon debut a new magazine-style method of digital content delivery especially aimed at touchscreen mobile devices like tablets and smartphones called Livestand."Publishers and...
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Kindle gets real page numbers; better note, highlight & review sharing

Betanews – 2011-02-08

By Tim Conneally, Betanews Amazon on Monday pre-released a software update for Kindle e-readers running the 3.0 software which updates the interface for magazines and newspapers, adds a quick review section at the end of each book, and adds page...
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Asda unveils UK's cheapest e-book reader

The Bookseller – 2011-02-07

Written By: Lisa Campbell Publication Date: Mon, 07/02/2011 - 16:12 ASDA has launched the UK’s cheapest e-reader at £52. The View Quest Mediabox 5in Media Tablet went on sale today through its Asda Direct website. The Asda site does not sell...
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New Android market shows the future is in device-agnostic app stores

Betanews – 2011-02-05

By Tim Conneally, Betanews Google on Thursday finally launched a renewed web-based Android Market that integrates with a user's Google account and lets him shop for applications and send them to the various Android-powered devices linked to the...
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iPad is a devil's deal for publishers

Betanews – 2011-02-04

By Joe Wilcox, Betanews Apple's approach to magazine and newspaper subscriptions and third-party e-book sales stink of the kind of practices that got Microsoft into trouble with trustbusters on two continents during the late 1990s and early 2000s. A...
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Adult Publisher Perfect 10 Sues Megaupload Over Copyrights

Digital Media Wire – 2011-02-03

Los Angeles - Adult media publisher Perfect 10 has filed a lawsuit for copyright infringement and other claims against file-hosting service Megaupload, alleging the site is distributing its images illegally, TorrentFreak reported.read more
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Apple's modern success story began with four investments made 10 years ago

Betanews – 2011-02-03

By Joe Wilcox, Betanews Apple executive briefing at first Apple retail store, May 2001.Ten years ago -- that's right, 2001 -- Apple made four investments that bore fruit in a 21st-century success story. Everything that came afterwards, even iPad and...
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Google shows off the graphical power of Android 3.0 Honeycomb

Betanews – 2011-02-03

By Tim Conneally, Betanews At a special event in Mountain View, California Wednesday, search leader Google gave the first in-depth look at "Honeycomb," the tablet-specific version of the Android operating system. This is the biggest overhaul the...
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What 'The Daily' means to you

Betanews – 2011-02-03

By Joe Wilcox, Betanews At Noon ET today, News Corp. launched its original iPad newspaper The Daily. During an event that started an hour earlier, News Corp. president Rupert Murdoch said the target audience is the 50 million American users expected...
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We still need books to make sense of Wikileaks

Guardian – 2011-02-02

Up to the minute it may be, but Julian Assange's new media sensation will need traditional print to come into clear focusAnyone who thinks the book (ie the codex) is dead and buried in the Age of Amagoogle should reflect on the bizarre and...
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PA opposes review of Digital Economy Act

The Bookseller – 2011-02-02

Written By: Charlotte Williams The Publishers Association [PA] has attacked the culture secretary's decision to allow communications watchdog Ofcom to "delay" the Digital Economy Act. Culture Secretary Jeremy Hunt announced yesterday [1st February]...
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Steve Jobs' health is not a private matter

Betanews – 2011-01-31

By Joe Wilcox, Betanews Sadly, I must reaffirm my position stated during Apple CEO Steve Jobs' last medical leave, in January 2009: His health situation isn't a private matter, and, frankly, it's even less so now. The seeming suddenness of Jobs'...
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Clay Shirky: "This is a golden age for journalism... except for the money"

Editors Weblog – 2011-01-31

Clay Shirky, well-known 'Internet Guru' and New York University professor, believes that both journalism and democracy in general have much to gain from the "cognitive surplus" that the new media world is giving us. Technological developments mean...
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Egypt's telecommunications blackout crushes citizen journalism

Betanews – 2011-01-29

By Tim Conneally, Betanews Responding to widespread civil unrest, the government of Egypt on Thursday evening ordered all private network operators to shut down their services, both wired and wireless.At around 12:30am local time, Egypt's outbound...
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Amazon rolls out the first 'Kindle Singles,' short form e-books

Betanews – 2011-01-27

By Tim Conneally, Betanews Wednesday, Web retailer Amazon launched its Kindle Singles line of literature designed specifically for consumption on e-readers. The works, priced between $1.00 and $3.00, include original works of prose, essays and...
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AP and Shepard Fairey Learn to Share, Collaborate

The New York Observer – 2011-01-12

Obama "Hope" poster artist Shepard Fairey and professional Obama photographers the Associated Press settled one of their copyright infringement laws today, reports paidContent. You may remember when the entire country and internet were plastered...
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Copyright Suit Against Scholastic Dismissed

BusinessWeek – 2011-01-07

Scholastic Corp., U.S. publisher of the “Harry Potter” novels, won a copyright-infringement lawsuit brought by the estate of an author that claimed one of the books copied his work.
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Telstra loses directory copyright appeal

The Sydney Morning Herald – 2010-12-15

Telco lost appeal to keep telephone directories published by Sensis copyrighted.
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Magazine wins copyright case

Yahoo – 2010-08-02

THE publisher of a well-known horse-racing magazine has won a copyright infringement lawsuit against a company that puts out a similar publication.
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Writer claims Hollywood agents stole TV ideas

Yahoo – 2010-07-15

A TV writer named Brian Everett is suing Endeavor alleging that the short-lived 2008 CBS show "Welcome to the Captain" infringed the copyright on his previously authored concept entitled "El Royale." Writer - Television - Hollywood Los Angeles...
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