Random House, the world's largest book publisher, is considering joining a book-search project run by search-engine giant Google, once considered an arch-enemy by the paper publishing industry. According to sources close to the matter, the...

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As part of Google Incorporated's book-scanning project , twelve major universities will digitize select collections in each of their libraries (up to 10 million volumes) with the goal to create a shared digital repository that...

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Google is making its controversial engine available to publishers interested in putting it on their Web sites. This is the first time Google's Book Search service has been available outside of its main site in...

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Google has been working on the Chinese book search service since the middle of last year. On March 2, Google launched the latest addition to Google.cn: a trial Web site for testing a book search...

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Google has renamed its Google Print service to Google Book Search, according to Jen Grant, a Product Marketing Manager in a post on the company's official blog. The Google Print URL (print.google.com) now redirects...

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Major Book Publishers Sue Google

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Thanks oddcrap. Google Inc. on Wednesday was sued by a major publishing association for digitizing library books without the permissions of copyright holders, the second such suit filed against the search engine giant. ...

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Yahoo, in conjunction with several universities and two European archives, says it plans to make books available online beginning later this year in a move similar to Google's "Google Print" service. Collectively the group...

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From wired.com "....Mitnick's new book, The Art of Deception: Controlling the Human Element of Security, as a contributing factor in their decision. Both business and book are designed to help others defend against...

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