Google's digital bookstore is on its way

According to an article published by The Wall Street Journal this week, a Google representative speaking at a publishing-industry event in New York has confirmed that the company plans to begin selling digital books in late June or July.
TGoogle Book Searchhe new service, announced last year at the Frankfurt Book Fair, will be called Google Editions, and will be entirely web-based – in other words, users will be able to download and read books using only their web browser. No details have been provided yet on how this interface will compare to other available e-readers.
Users will be able to buy books in two ways:
1.    Through Google‘s book search service
2.    Directly from the websites of book retailers
According to The Wall Street Journal, no decision has yet been reached on whether publishers will set the retail price for digital books or whether prices will be determined by Google.