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Apple's iBooks Author EULA fix
Apple revises iBooks Author EULA after backlash, ensuring creators retain rights to content not in .ibooks format.
Apple takes teaching to new heights
Apple's iBooks Author revolutionises education, enabling tailored teaching content for students, fostering a more individualised learning experience.
90,000 authors download Apple’s publishing tool - Updated
Over 90,000 downloads for Apple's new iBooks Author in just 3 days, sparking debate over its strict publishing terms.
Apple's three education innovations
Apple reveals a trio of education upgrades: iBooks 2 for interactive textbooks, iBooks Author for personalised content creation, and a revamped iTunes U.
What's Apple got planned for this Thursday?
Apple's event may redefine education, hinting at a new challenge to Amazon with innovations in e-textbooks and publishing.
Fahrenheit 451 author's e-book submission
Ray Bradbury agrees to have his most famous novel published electronically, despite objections to the format.
Kobo pre-loaded for BlackBerry PlayBook
Kobo arrives pre-loaded on BlackBerry PlayBook, offering over 2.2 million books and a seamless reading experience tailored for the tablet.
Free ePub books will sync with iPad
Despite initial worries that the iBookstore would only work with purchased books, Apple has now confirmed that a user's free ePub titles will sync to the iPad through iTunes.
Stephen King novel hidden online
Stephen King’s UK publisher Hodder & Stoughton has launched the biggest ever game of literary hide-and-seek online.