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Amazon.com Inc. on May 19 said that, after less than four years of selling electronic books, it's now selling more of them than printed books, the Associated Press reports. The online retailer said that since April 1, it has sold 105 eBooks for every 100 printed books, including printed books for which there is no electronic edition. The comparison excludes free eBooks, which would tip the scales further if they were included. Printed books include both hardcover and paperback books. Amazon said in July that eBook sales had outstripped hardcover sales. It's now selling three times as many eBooks as
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