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The makers of multi-million dollar mobile game Candy Crush Saga has responded to criticism over its approach to intellectual property after it recently trademarked the word ‘candy’ and pursued other publishers for infringement.

Book review: Airmail: the Letters of Robert Bly and Tomas Tranströmer, Edited by Thomas R Smith

"It's possible that while a bird is building its nest an idea for a song it has never sung rises to its small head. So with us certain thoughts flow upward into our head only when language is being used, and used calmly." That applies particularly, continues this letter of January 1977, to those engaged on prose-poems, a miniature but intense form to which both Robert Bly and his recipient, Tomas Tranströmer, were then greatly drawn.

Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiling the latest iPad in 2012

Apple slapped with injunction restricting e-book price fixing

An American judge who found technology firm Apple liable for conspiring to fix e-book prices imposed injunction on the iPad makers to prevent it from breaking further rules.

The Olive Branch pub in Clipsham, Rutland, has been named Pub of the Year

The great bar brawl: Rivals clash over ‘bad pub’ closures

Good Beer Guide gets in a froth as rival Good Pub Guide says that 4,000 hostelries deserve to shut

Thoroughly Modern Miffy: Dick Bruna's cartoon rabbit gets revamp after 58 years

The classic children’s book brand worth £150m is set for an update to appeal to new audience

Anchorman's Ron Burgundy will release an 'autobiography' in November

Anchorman's Ron Burgundy to release 'autobiography'

Will Ferrell's most famous character promises to 'tell all' about his life so far

Man charged over Lee Rigby videos

A 22-year-old man has been charged with terror offences after allegedly making a series of video recordings about the death of soldier Lee Rigby.

The front cover of Sydney’s ‘Daily Telegraph'

Front-page Nazi slur against PM Kevin Rudd puts Rupert Murdoch centre stage in Australian election

Sydney tabloid, the Daily Telegraph, carries depiction of Prime Minister Kevin Rudd as Colonel Klink

Bill Shankly leads his team out for the 1971 FA Cup final

James Lawton: Bill Shankly's story was filled with heroes and monsters, stranger than any fiction

David Peace's latest football confection doesn't tell us anything that we don't already know

Ashes 2013: Cricket’s ruling body forced on defensive by Test Match Sofa

England may have retained the Ashes yesterday, but the euphoria was tempered by an unseemly legal row that sets the game’s governing body against one of the sport’s oldest magazines.

Jeffrey Bezoshas bought The Washington Post for $250m

Billionaire Amazon chief Jeff Bezos buys Washington Post for $250m in cash

American entrepreneur net worth more than $25bn, according to Forbes magazine

Gentlemen, Gypsies and Jesters, by Anthony Gibson and Stephen Chalke

It is a constant lament that league cricket has taken a lot of the fun out of the amateur game, but this sparkling history of wandering sides, stuffed with good anecdotes, indicates that there are still many who enjoy playing friendly matches in the right spirit and with a smile on their faces. No fewer than 114 clubs are featured, many still going strong, some less so, starting with the most historic of all, I Zingari (The Gypsies), founded in 1845.

Between the Covers 4/08/2013

Your weekly guide to what's really going on in the world of books

Muslim scholar sees book sales surge thanks to Fox News

Presenter Lauren Green repeatedly asked Reza Aslan why he, as a Muslim, had written about Jesus

David Hewson's 'The Killing'

The Killing author David Hewson opts for audiobook release of latest novel a year ahead of print version

The author said he was considering audiobook-only work in the future

Caroline Criado-Perez, who also runs the Women’s Room campaign to promote women in the media, played a pivotal role in ensuring that Jane Austen would feature on the £10 note

From green ink to digital bile - how can we put a stop to online bullying?

Bullies hide beyond anonymity. We need to bring them out into the open

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