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Author Takes Action after a bad Amazon review

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Michel Cuhaci of Ottawa had received a misprinted copy of <em>A Student's Guide to Maxwell's Equation</em> and he left a bad review on amazon.com. The author saw the review and decided to make things right. More on this fantastic story at the <a href="http://www.daytondailynews.com/search/content/oh/story/news/local/2009/02/08/sns020809bookinside.html?cxntlid=inform_sr">Dayton<em> Daily News</em></a>

Google and Amazon to Put More Books on Cellphones

More electronic books are coming to mobile phones.

In a move that could bolster the growing popularity of e-books, Google said Thursday that the 1.5 million public domain books it had scanned and made available free on PCs were now accessible on mobile devices like the iPhone and the T-Mobile G1.

Also Thursday, Amazon said that it was working on making the titles for its popular e-book reader, the Kindle, available on a variety of mobile phones. The company, which is expected to unveil a new version of the Kindle next week, did not say when Kindle titles would be available on mobile phones.

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