Don't worry about diving into the madness that is your RSS feed: We've got you covered. Here are some of the more prominent Apple stories making the rounds this Thursday.
Apple said its controversial e-book deals had helped lower prices and stimulated competition.
Apple's attempt to have its ebooks antitrust monitor removed has failed, but the court will impose boundaries on the appointee.
A New York court of appeals has granted Apple a temporary stay from an appointed antitrust monitor while it prepares to hear arguments over a longer suspension.
Apple on Tuesday announced that iBooks textbooks and the iTunes U Course Manager would be available in new countries within Asia, Latin America, and Europe.
Since the early days of the .epub and .mobi formats, writers and publishers have been trying to find a better way to make ebooks. 180g's new app, Vellum, offers the first glimpse of an easier approach, even if it's not all the way there yet.
The winter holidays are upon us. Here's our guide to picking up some great free reading before you hop a plane, train, or automobile.
If it's digital books your family and friends love to read, Apple has a gift for them and for you. After long being the company's sole online store without gifting options, the iBookstore now allows you to send ebooks to your friends and family.
What's the best device if you want to embrace a post-paper reading world? That all depends on whether you want a dedicated reading device or a more versatile tablet.
OS X Mavericks' new iBooks app lets you store and read ebooks purchased from the iBookstore or elsewhere. But that's not all it can do: you can also keep PDFs in iBooks and organize them to your liking...with some limitations.