Remarks by CEO led some to believe the publisher was privy to iPad details before the launch, but that wasn't the case. It was never part of the event to begin with, says a spokesman.
Terry McGraw, CEO of textbook publisher McGraw-Hill, says Apple's new digital textbook offering was Jobs' idea.
Speculation mounts regarding the tablet from Apple, expected to be announced next week. Among the rumors: publishing partnerships with McGraw-Hill and Hachette.
Former Apple employee Matt Mac Innis hopes to bring learning to a new level with interactive college textbooks designed specifically for the iPad.
Major publishers sign deal with ScrollMotion to adapt their textbooks and study guides for Apple's iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch.
Tech titan expected to unveil tool for creating interactive e-books and expand its platform for distributing them, sources tell Ars Technica.
The publisher's top executive, Chairman and CEO Terry McGraw, also tells CNBC that there will be college textbooks on the device.
The startup, founded by a former Apple executive, also has allowed users to search via Google within titles made using its technology.
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Company is in secret negotiations with book publishers over a new e-books pricing scheme for Apple's highly anticipated tablet computer, The Wall Street Journal reports.