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A couple days after Penguin made its ebooks available to libraries again through digital distributor Overdrive, the company has also eased up on Kindle book borrowing. Overdrive and Penguin announced Friday that users will be able to send Penguin library ebooks wirelessly to their Kindles rather […]

A couple days after Penguin made its ebooks available to libraries again through digital distributor Overdrive, the company has also eased up on Kindle book borrowing. Overdrive and Penguin announced Friday that users will be able to send Penguin library ebooks wirelessly to their Kindles rather than side-loading them via USB. This means users will be sent to Amazon’s website after they borrow an ebook on Overdrive.

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