The CSS Regions would have helped ease magazine-like layouts on the Web. But Google's priority now is on performance, not features -- especially mobile browser performance.
Five of the major publishers are urging the Justice Department to rethink its proposed remedy that calls on Apple to change its e-book pricing plan.
Amazon is selling its Kindle and Kindle Paperwhite e-reader locally in Mexico and is launching both a Mexico Kindle Store and a publishing platform for authors there.
The Department of Justice, which recently won an antitrust case against Apple, also says publishers could revert to their own tricks as soon as their limitations expire.
The publishers will allow Google News to share snippets of their stories -- for now.
A new document filed in the e-book price-fixing suit accuses Apple of conspiring to hike prices, but the tech giant denies these claims, saying it was actually partaking in constant one-on-one negotiations.
The startup, founded by a former Apple executive, also has allowed users to search via Google within titles made using its technology.
Antitrust regulators have accepted a settlement offer by Apple and four publishers to resolve an investigation into alleged e-book price fixing.
The IAEA confirms its servers were breached and a hacking group claims responsibility demanding an investigation into Israel's alleged nuclear proliferation program.
The European Union's executive arm says that if the solutions are deemed suitable, they will be enacted and the companies will be off the hook.