USA Today announced they will launch an online ‘e-Edition,’ an exact digital replication of their print edition, to subscribers starting Aug. 3. The digital editions will be available for a $99 yearly fee, but are free for subscribers to the print edition. And just like a real newspaper, the e-Edition will be delivered to e-Driveways by 5:30 am every morning. USA Today declined to comment on the development of their new e-Dogs.
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