Thursday, February 28, 2013

Tech Links: February 28, 2013

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Amazon’s ‘price parity’ clause attracts attention of German antitrust regulator

Half of Amazon Book Sales are Planned Purchases: "It’s well known that book lovers are quite happy to spend time in a bricks-and-mortar bookshop to see what sort of interesting titles they find and then go home to buy on Amazon where the prices are often cheaper. Indeed, it’s been identified as such a significant problem that HarperCollins CEO Victoria Barnsley recently made the interesting suggestion that bookshops ought to charge people to come in and browse, an idea that has had a somewhat chilly reception."

RIAA Accounting: Why Even Major Label Musicians Rarely Make Money From Album Sales

Sale of Used E-books Getting Closer


3D Technology That Turns Science Fiction To Reality

Apple Patents Bendy, Self-Powering, Bracelet Sci-Fi Smart Watch

Google Glass: No longer just the stuff of science fiction. Google's new wearable computer is reminiscent of a 2007 sci-fi novel.

Fox sues Dish again over the Hopper, this time over place-shifting, not ad-skipping

Upcoming 3D technology to make science fiction a reality

Reading & Discussion

Tech has killed green. Until recently the design world was on a mission to save the planet; now it seems enthralled by gadgets.


There’s Now a Flipboard for Porno and It’s Called ‘Faploid

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