Week In Review: Neil Gaiman On Piracy; Kindle Update; Romance Movies

It’s Friday afternoon, and as you get ready for your weekend plans, here is a roundup of this week’s eBook news to think about on your way out the door.

Nate Hoffelder joined eBookNewser as a contributor.

Neil Gaiman talked about how piracy helped him sell eBooks.

eReader owners are getting authors to sign the gadget, not the book.

For your Valentine’s Day weekend, we made a list of our Top 10 Romance Movies Based on Literature.

Hachette Book Group reported that eBook revenue grew 138% last year.

The Yankee Group said that they anticipate global eReader sales to grow to $8.2 billion by 2014.

HP announced its new tablet computer and tiny phone.

Google launched an app for Google Translate.

We discovered that most of the Top 10 Kindle Paid books cost less than $5.

Amazon updated Kindle’s software.