Friday, July 20, 2012

Ebook revenues double in a year

Ebook revenues double in  a year, article.

... To over $2 billion, this report says. Now that's not chicken food in anybody's eyes, except maybe Apple, who continue to apparently view their iBooks service as the stepchild of the family, not getting much attention from either Apple or customers, and still has nowhere near the selection which Amazon or B&N have. It seems Apple still sees their hardware as their cash cow, unlike almost everybody else who is in the content market.
Apple may see the iBooks store as the same as the camera in the iPad: "it don't mean sheet to us, but people will complain if they ain't there, so we put them in."

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