China–Another day, another lawsuit. A Beijing court has accepted a case filed by nine Chinese authors against Apple, reports “ZDNet.” In a case worth a projected 11.91 million yuan (approximately US$1.88 million), the Cupertino-California-based company is accused of selling the writers’ works illegally within its Apple App Store.

Apple is being taken to court by famous writers including Han Han, Li Chengpeng, and Murong Xuecun. The company is accused of having failed to block the sale of unauthorised ebook applications, and profiting from it. Read more at .