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Google working on iTunes for books

Posted on Wednesday, January 24 2007 @ 01:00:58 CET by


Google and big publishers are working on a project that could do for books what Apple did for music with iTunes:
The internet search giant is working on a system that would allow readers to download entire books to their computers in a format that they could read on screen or on mobile devices such as a Blackberry.

With 380m people using Google each month, the move would give a significant boost to the development of e-books and have a big impact on the publishing industry and book retailers.

Jens Redmer, director of Google Book Search in Europe, said: “We are working on a platform that will let publishers give readers full access to a book online.”




 



 

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