News by Rob Hart November 30, 2011
After years of refusing to allow 'Fahrenheit 451' to be published as an eBook, Ray Bradbury has finally given his blessing for a digital edition.
Column by John Jarzemsky November 23, 2011
A brief look at the demise of Borders, and the lessons that other brick and mortar retailers need to learn.
Column by Hanna Brooks Olsen
Amazon Kindle has changed the way consumers get their hands on books. Now the little eBook that could is showing that it can do more, by quietly creeping into libraries. Could this be a good thing?
News by Brandon Tietz November 22, 2011
Adding yet another questionable move to a string of questionable moves, Penguin decides to opt out of libraries with their eBook titles.
News by Brandon Tietz November 11, 2011
HarperCollins will be including ads in their factual books. Would Don Draper approve?
News by Rob Hart November 10, 2011
Amanda Hocking has become the second self-published author to sell more than a million eBooks through Amazon.
News by Rob Hart November 7, 2011
The eReader wars are heating up: Barnes & Noble just announced the Nook Tablet, to rival the Kindle Fire and Kobo Vox.
News by Rob Hart November 4, 2011
Amazon Prime members can now access the Kindle Owners’ Lending Library, allowing them to rent one eBook at a time for free--although the selection is a little anemic.
News by Brandon Tietz October 31, 2011
The Wall Street Journal has made an agreement with Nielson BookScan to include e-book best-sellers, even the self-published ones.
Column by Paul Graham Raven October 21, 2011
Ebook self-publishing is a cop-out, it’s a settling-for-less born of laziness, and - lipstick the pig as much as you like - it’s no different from the self-publishing of old.
News by Rob Hart October 20, 2011
Kobo enters the tablet wars with the Vox, which they're positioning as a rival to the Kindle Fire
News by Rob Hart October 14, 2011
More than 12 million eBooks have been checked out from libraries so far this year, an increase of 200 percent over last year--and that number could climb to 16 million by year's end.
News by Brandon Tietz October 13, 2011
Authonomy, a HarperCollins project, announces they'll be publishing books, but is it really the kind of deal you want?