Google executives said last spring that they expected to finally begin selling digital books by "June or July." But we're now deep into September and still no store.
In May, The Wall Street Journal reported that Chris Palma, Google's manager for strategic-partner development, announced the timetable for Google's launch during an appearance at a conference for book publishers here in New York. The news ratcheted up anticipation.
And now it's looking more like a case of delayed gratificaton. So what's the holdup?
"The real answer is, we'll launch the service when … Read more