Industry voiceThe Amazon-Hachette dispute is about the future of book publishing, not prices.
Samsung's first Ultrabook might get noticed thanks to the friendly price, but can it live up to the Ultrabook moniker?
Harry Potter author JK Rowling is stalling when it comes to committing to publishing her hugely popular boy wizard stories in e-book format.
Sci-Fi writer Neal Stephenson has set up a new e-publishing venture to develop a new platform for creating and publishing digital novels.
The launch of a new short stories app from book publisher Ether Books promises to offer iPhone readers a reading renaissance.
While the debate about the future of ebooks rages on, with authors and book publishers alike concerned about how a well-worn business model is rapidly changing, a new academic study claims that giving away free electronic versions of your books can boost sales of the printed version.
Major book publisher Macmillan has demanded that its books are sold for more than Amazon's $9.99 special offer to its Kindle customers, forcing Amazon to now charge its customers $12.99 to $15.99 for e-book versions of bestsellers and most hardcover releases.
It is common to describe the well-worn Apple rumour mill as reaching 'fever pitch' or some other similar cliché the day before the company stages a high profile product launch, as it plans to do in San Francisco tomorrow.