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Remains of the Day: Now means now

Apple Maps is flying high (in some locations), Tim Cook gets duty in front of the jury, and Google Now may be available for iOS ... well, not now. But soon?

Five improvements iBooks Author needs to make

Associate editor Serenity Caldwell likes iBooks Author--but she has a few gripes she'd like to see fixed before she can consider using it more often.

Amazon warns users not to install current version of the Kindle app for iOS

A bug wipes out your books in the Kindle app for iOS.

Introducing Macworld's 12 Things Every iPhone and iPad User Should Know, second edition

In 2012, Macworld created a magazine feature called '12 Things Every iPhone and iPad User Should Know' and made it into an interactive iBooks Author book. We've overhauled this book to reflect iOS 6, the iPhone 5, and iPad mini, with lots of new content and video.

Three features we'd want in an Amazon used ebooks marketplace

Amazon has been awarded a patent to create a used marketplace for ebooks, music, videos, and other digital media. Is it an attempt to further corner the ebook market? Or could it lead to a flowering of information?

Macworld/iWorld Video: Alternative publishing

Here's a video highlight from our panel discussion of alternative publishing at the recent Macworld/iWorld conference.

The alternative publishing roundtable

Serenity Caldwell hosts Adam and Tonya Engst, David Sparks, and Scott Simpson in a discussion of electronic publishing.

Macmillan will end e-book discounting ban in price-fixing settlement

The company that publishes books under the Macmillan imprint has agreed to allow discounting of its electronic books as part of a settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice over price-fixing in the fast-growing e-book market.

Remains of the Day: Radio buttons

iOS may have some radio features up its sleeves, Apple's pimping self-made e-book authors, and if you work in mapping and software, there are plenty of jobs in Cupertino.

Digital Reading Room: Expert advice

The iPad doesn't automatically make you an expert on a diverse array of subjects. But the apps we feature in this week's column put expertise on classical music, evolution, and graphic design right at your fingertips.

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