Column by Christopher Shultz July 10, 2013
Having trouble staying on top of your digital reading pile? Here's a few tips and tricks to make your life much easier.
News by Dean Fetzer July 5, 2013
In another new application, the retail giant has been awarded a patent aimed at enhancing your reading experience with “personalized content”.
Column by Christopher Shultz June 17, 2013
Old school meets new school in a perfect blend of digital and analog writing methods. See how technology can help, not hinder, your longhand practices.
News by Dean Fetzer June 5, 2013
After the launch of a third party app specifically for porn, the tech giant changed its Ts&Cs to exclude anything containing "nudity, graphic sex acts, or sexually explicit material".
Column by Christopher Shultz May 23, 2013
Have a movie kicking around in your head, but you're rarely home? Start writing that film while you're on the go with these handy applications.
News by Dean Fetzer May 3, 2013
In a bid to make their tablets more commercially viable, Barnes & Noble have taken the step of adding access to hundreds of thousands of apps, games, movies, TV shows and more through Google Play.
Column by Christopher Shultz April 23, 2013
Writers no longer have to stay home to type out their masterpieces, and smart devices make working on-the-go even easier. Here are some nice applications to get you writing like a pro.
News by Dean Fetzer
A new social reading and writing app for the iPhone aims to rejuvenate flash fiction by making it easy (and fun).
News by Dean Fetzer
Google has put a special demo together for its Google Docs application, allowing you to collaborate with (dead) famous authors, poets and playwrights.
News by Dean Fetzer March 15, 2013
A donation of 2.8 petabytes of storage space will allow the church to digitise its 8,900 incunabula and 80,000 historic manuscripts — in about three years.
Column by Christopher Shultz February 13, 2013
Paper is great, but so are tablet PCs. These devices, coupled with a stylus and some sweet productivity apps, hold the key to successful mobile draft editing.
Column by Robbie Blair February 8, 2013
Why does disconnecting from the web feel like logging out of our own brains? And how can we get ourselves to log off so we can more effectively write on?
Column by Robbie Blair January 24, 2013
Learn about nine modern tools that empower your writing, mobilize your research, stir your creativity, and help you make the most of your time at the keyboard.
News by Dean Fetzer January 17, 2013
A new study from NextMarket Insights indicates last generation eReaders are being passed on to other family members when a person upgrades.
News by Christopher Shultz January 17, 2013
Paragraph takes the guesswork out of finding great stories online, for free. It looks pretty too.
News by Dean Fetzer January 15, 2013
Bexar County, Texas is planning the first all-digital public library system in the U.S., the first branch of which will open in Fall, 2013.
News by Dean Fetzer December 6, 2012
We all know our eReaders collect information on what we read, buy and look at - but did you know the companies behind all of them share your information with third parties without your permission?
News by Dean Fetzer
Between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Amazon sold more than double the number of Kindle devices worldwide than it did last year.
Column by Joe Daly November 23, 2012
LitReactor's intrepid music journalist offers his technological secrets for conducting interviews.
News by Dean Fetzer November 21, 2012
Aimed at book digitization, this amazingly fast robot takes two photos of every page!
Column by Kimberly Turner November 8, 2012
Is technology increasing your productivity as a writer or distracting your muse?
News by Dan Shewan November 1, 2012
Two of Shakespeare's most beloved plays go digital with the release of two new iPad apps.
News by Christopher Shultz November 1, 2012
The retail giant takes a gamble with their eReader overseas, but will it prove effective?
News by Dean Fetzer November 1, 2012
Apple announces the iPad Mini and a week later, Google announces the Nexus 10 - its direct competitor for the full-sized iPad - let the battle commence!
News by Dan Shewan October 25, 2012
Margaret Atwood and Naomi Alderman are working together to create 'The Happy Zombie Sunrise Home,' a collaborative story that is being serialized by Wattpad.