TaeWoo Kim, CEO of Moglue — the Korean platform for book app development — reflects on the first year in business after launching his publishing-related startup.
Google has expanded Play ebook sales to Taiwan, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, Vietnam, and New Zealand.
Random House has launched new magazines aimed at exploring worlds created by their authors. First up: Margaret Atwood and George R.R. Martin.
StoryDrive Frankfurt speaker Drew Davidson believes that technology enables new ways to share stories, but the experience is ultimately about the quality of the story.
Argentine writer and publisher Hernán Casciari says, the digital era has made us lazy and apathetic, and our stories, our literature, are losing their shine.
In using Oyster for several days now, we’re impressed but find all too often the selection overlaps with books previously available during flash sales.
It’s a common question for businesses with specific technology needs: is it better to build software or buy it? Here’s an analogy to help you decide.
A conceptual overview of how the Internet works aimed at helping you understand, for example, what someone means when they say our books live on the cloud.
Google is getting into the textbook business by selling and renting materials from the top five education publishers in the US. The new service will launch August 8.
Joshua Tallent, well-known ebook expert and founder of Ebook Architects, shares his views on current issues in digital publishing and ebook development.