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iBooks makes its desktop debut
Apple's ebook platform is now available for the Mac, the latest such port from the iPhone and iPad. With a very similar interface to the iTunes Store and Apple's App Store, the store itself has more than 1.8 million various titles and genres.
iBooks in the cloud, takes on Kindle
Apple's bid to plug its latest desktop operating system with its ebooks platform is another slap at Amazon's Kindle. According to Apple, you can take notes, highlight passages, and bookmark a page or a paragraph, and with iCloud's help, it syncs everything across your various devices so you have everything to hand when you need it.