WSJ's sources, Google is in talks with Time Warner, Condé Nast and Hearst about the so-far unnamed project, promising them more favorable revenue share agreements than Apple's 70/30 split, and greater access to user data. That data would allow publishers to better tailor subscription packages, advertising and marketing promotions, and has been a key reservation about Apple's digital magazine strategy. [via SlashGear]
SlashGear has been spending this week doing hands-on segments with the NOOKcolor. Today, Chris went over the reading capabilities of the Android based table made by America's mot popular book store. One feature is the ability to highlight specific passages in novels and share it via Twitter, Facebook, or one of your contacts.