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wiley & sons

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Simon & Schuster deal boosts 'Netflix of digital books' wannabes Scribd and Oyster

Scribd and Oyster's all-you-can-read e-book subscription services add 'Big 5' publisher's backlist titles.

By May 21, 2014

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Google holds on to social media accounts in Frommer's deal

The pages that were formerly known as, say, FrommersTravel, are now being labeled as ZagatTravel.

By April 10, 2013

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Arthur Frommer reacquires travel book brand from Google

Travel expert plans to resume publishing of the travel books, which the Web giant acquired but killed last month.

By April 3, 2013

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MP3 resale violates copyright law, court rules

A judge sides with Capitol Records in the lawsuit between the record company and ReDigi -- ruling that MP3s can only be resold if granted permission by copyright owners.

By April 1, 2013

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Will Supreme Court protect your right to resell your own stuff?

Justices hear arguments in case pitting large copyright holders -- who want the ability to limit the resale of certain items -- against librarians, museums, and Internet auction sites.

By October 29, 2012

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Google acquires Frommer's, pushes further into travel info

The company acquired the travel guide service from John Wiley & Sons for an undisclosed sum, but may face critics alarmed by its growing clout in the travel arena.

By August 13, 2012

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Patience waning in Apple-Samsung patent fight

Presiding judge admonishes both parties for courtroom antics, while Google travels to the bank to buy Frommers. Also: RIM optimism.

By August 17, 2012

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Self-publishing a book: 25 things you need to know

Considering self-publishing a book? CNET's David Carnoy discusses the ins and outs of what it's all about.

By June 13, 2012

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Verizon refuses to give up customer info in pirate hunt

The Internet service provider has expressed doubt that IP addresses are useful in the search and is concerned about customer privacy.

By May 11, 2012

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Of e-book pricing, Justice Dept. charges, DRM, and Pottermore

As the U.S. Department of Justice takes on publishers over e-book prices, perhaps it's an opportunity for dropping digital rights management to save everyone?

By April 17, 2012