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Google has officially launched an eBooks service in Canada, accessible at http://books.google.ca/ebooksstarting at 12 p.m. (EST) today.
In the wake of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) suing it for allegedly working with book publishers to fix the prices of e-books, Apple Inc. has told the Wall Street Journal that the charges are "simply not true."
Amazon's Kindle Touch eReader is now available in Canada exclusively through The Source. It is priced at $139.99.
Google Inc. has renamed its online storefront to Google Play, thus doing away with the Android Market name. The company suggests that this change up was partly due to not all customers knowing that more than just apps could be purchased through the Market.
Kobo is set to release its latest eReader, called Vox, on October 28. Most compelling among its feature are the AFFS+ 7" multi-touch screen (1024x800) and open access to Android 2.3.