Random House has launched new magazines aimed at exploring worlds created by their authors. First up: Margaret Atwood and George R.R. Martin.
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.
A new survey shows that Amazon’s Kindle is leading Japan’s market for ebook sales, with Apple second, followed by Kinokuniya’s Kinoppy, Sony’s Reader Store and Kobo.
Add Ottawa-based Accel.io to the growing list of new digital publishing platforms making a play for that as-yet-published how-to guidebook on your desktop.
Reports from China say Amazon will launch both the Kindle Paperwhite and Fire devices in China this June at prices comparable to what they are in the USA.
Penguin has proposed to pay $82 million to states and consumers, and another $8 million to lawyers, to settle the class action lawsuit alleging ebook price manipulation.