U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham is releasing an online autobiography to coincide with his run for president.
Linking reading to technology, the White House has marshaled major book publishers to provide more than $250 million in free e-books to low-income students.
Barnes & Noble is teaming up with Samsung to develop Nook tablets, the book seller announced on Thursday, as the company focuses its efforts on the Nook software.
Filling one of the biggest gaps in the e-library, “To Kill a Mockingbird” will become available as an e-book and digital audiobook for the first time in July, it was announced Monday.
The Bedford Public Library has joined more than two dozen others in a growing battle with e-book publishers.
A federal court determined on Wednesday that Apple unlawfully conspired with publishers to raise electronic book prices. In the ruling, the federal judge cited “compelling evidence” from the words of the late Steve Jobs.
All seven of the books in the “Harry Potter” franchise are coming to the Kindle’s Lending Library starting on June 19.
The author of a book about a West Texas high school’s football season has penned an e-book focusing on his friendship with one of the team’s players.
Remember how much money e-readers were supposed to save book buyers? It was among the reasons why 20 million Americans took the plunge.
American writer of bestselling novels “The Corrections” and “Freedom” Jonathan Franzen came out swinging against e-books at a speaking engagement in Colombia.
Could books go the way of the LP record? One expert says books will be replaced by e-books in only 5 years, and surpisingly it’s third-world countries that will be ahead of the game.