Amazon Gives Disney a Swift Kick in the Shins


Amazon, which has for some time been locked in a battle with publishing giant Hachette over the pricing of e-books, has broadened the battlefield to take on Disney. It has stopped taking preorders of Disney DVD and Blu-ray discs. Amazon earlier this year stopped taking preorders for Hachette books. It also lengthened delivery times and reduced discounts for books published by Hachette. “We will never give up our fight for reasonable e-book prices,” Amazon wrote, in an appeal to readers.

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Apple puts some Hachette e-books on sale as Amazon dispute drags on

With publishing house Hachette locked in a battle with Amazon that has seen the imprint’s titles pulled from Amazon’s virtual shelves, Apple’s iBookstore has become the next-best place for readers to shop as a number of Hachette e-books are now discounted to just $9.99.



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Apple puts some Hachette e-books on sale as Amazon dispute drags on

With publishing house Hachette locked in a battle with Amazon that has seen the imprint’s titles pulled from Amazon’s virtual shelves, Apple’s iBookstore has become the next-best place for readers to shop as a number of Hachette e-books are now discounted to just $9.99.



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Hackers use 'Find My iPhone' to lockout, ransom Mac and iOS device owners in Australia

Owners of Macs and iOS devices in Australia woke up on Tuesday to find their machines locked by Find My iPhone, with the nefarious hackers responsible demanding payment via PayPal before they return control.



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