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Report: Ebooks will outsell print copies by 2018 in UK
Report: Ebooks will outsell print copies by 2018 in UK
According to a new Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) report, ebook sales will finally beat out print copies by 2018, at least in the UK. The ...... 04 Jun 2014
     

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The hackers win: Sony cancels release of 'The Interview' as movie theaters bail The hackers win: Sony cancels release of 'The Interview' as movie theaters bail (17 Dec 2014 19:39)
Just hours after major U.S. theater chains said they would not screen the film following terrorists threats, Sony has canceled the release of 'The Interview,' a comedy in which Seth Rogen and James Franco are sent to North Korea to assassinate Kim Jo
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Sony has no plans to ever release 'The Interview' - no DVD, Blu-ray, no VOD, no TV Sony has no plans to ever release 'The Interview' - no DVD, Blu-ray, no VOD, no TV (17 Dec 2014 20:30)
Sony Pictures has now decided against ever releasing 'The Interview' in any form, almost guaranteeing themselves a $100 million loss on the film.
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Report: Sony to release 'The Interview' for free on their Crackle service Report: Sony to release 'The Interview' for free on their Crackle service (21 Dec 2014 13:44)
Less than a week after Sony announced they were canceling the release of 'The Interview' and that they had 'no future plans for its release, we have some encouraging news this weekend.
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Nearly everyone in Hollywood is outraged by Sony and the movie theater chain's 'act of cowardice' in canceling 'The Interview' Nearly everyone in Hollywood is outraged by Sony and the movie theater chain's 'act of cowardice' in canceling 'The Interview' (17 Dec 2014 20:00)
Following news that all the major U.S. movie theater chains would not be showing 'The Interview,' Sony Pictures announced it was canceling the release of the film, which was slated to open on Christmas in the U.S.
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Another day another breach: Staples confirms 1.16 million credit cards compromised Another day another breach: Staples confirms 1.16 million credit cards compromised (20 Dec 2014 1:53)
Another major retailer has confirmed a security breach, this time with 1.16 million credit and debit cards compromised from office supply giant Staples.
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