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Top publishing executives in New York and elsewhere are among the readers of the mailing list we send out daily.  It's free. You can sign up here to receive the e-mail versions of...

That's the question a MobileReader asks in a post about the largest supplier of e-books for U.S. public libraries. "LovieDovie" writes in part: "As this trend of OD providing most ebooks and audio books to...

The Telegraph is the latest publication to wage war against ad-blocker users. The good news is that the ads are less pushy than those at another combatant, Forbes, which has unwittingly...

Know of a hot new product? Got a beef about a DRM-related annoyance? Other article ideas? TeleRead Editor Chris Meadows wants to hear from you. E-mail your news tips to Chris, with a...

One device to rule them all! For as long as I have been writing about tech, that has been the holy grail that has never come to pass. I know many people who...

Israel is probably the highest-tech country in the Middle East, given all the developments that have come out of there in areas such as encryption. So I was a little surprised...

It seems that the Apple Reality Distortion Field which made the extra few eights of an inch on the iPad Mini a stunning technological breakthrough has been turned on again. This...

Post the record-breaking success of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, the Walt Disney Company has been attracting fresh plaudits for its commitment to storytelling. But there's an uglier sequel to that story. Disney's...

My fellow Kurt Vonnegut fans came out of the woodwork recently, so here’s a pointer to what could be an extremely well-done biography of Kurt and his oldest brother Bernard, a...

Data preservation has become a bit of a hot issue these days. Like many early adopters, I have maybe a dozen e-books I have bought, paid for and can no longer...
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Can anything stop the Amazon juggernaut? On Re/Code, Jason Del Rey looks at five things that could potentially slow Amazon down. The article offers...
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