Penguin, HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster, Macmillan, and Hachette -- are said to have opted in for FairPlay in their e-books, the L.A. Times report implies. Some publishers though, such as O'Reilly Media, are said not to embrace FairPlay Amazon Barnes & Noble iBooks Sony Google? Stanza & other free apps Color Back lit eBooks likely restricted to iPad Not compatible with DRM content Hard on the eyes? Glare More than an ebook reader
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