It’s the weekend again. As you head out, here is our roundup of eBook news from the week for your weekend reading.
Apple announced the iPad 2.
HarperCollins responded to frustrated libraries, after announcing a new strict eBook lending policy.
Then Libraries responded to HarperCollins strict new eBook library policy.
Opinion Matters discovered that 30% of teens read only 1 or 2 books a year.
Random House adopted an agency pricing model and then began selling eBooks in the iBookstore.
A bank in New England started giving away Kindles to people that opened bank accounts.
The European Union Commission began investigating publishers for price collusion.
Barnes & Noble settled with Spring Design over eReader patents.
Penguin reported that eBook revenues were up 182% in 2010.