The Toronto Star has a piece on Canadian Public Libraries for Fair Book Pricing, the coalition of 29 Canadian public library systems that has been pressing major publishers for better licensing...

I just ran across a story Nate Hoffelder posted on The Digital Reader, originally from the New York Post, about a Brooklyn English teacher, Todd Friedman, who’s been put on academic...

My colleagues at Teleread have been a little tablet-obsessed lately. Paul wonders if the sluggish tablet market will rebound as customers see these devices as a cheaper alternative to Amazon's premium-priced...

It’s kind of a strange thing, when you think about it. Paper books have been good enough for us to read for hundreds of years—but let e-books duplicate that same paper...

It appears you can stick a fork in Microsoft’s phone business. As Ars Technica and a number of other sources are reporting, it’s effectively done. Microsoft’s laying off nearly 2,000 people...

Adult coloring books may very well be responsible for saving the publishing industry (at least temporarily) from the scourge of e-books, but it turns out that not all is necessarily rosy....

A new research report from IDTechEx Research, entitled "OLED Display Forecasts 2016-2026: The Rise of Plastic and Flexible Displays, " forecasts accelerating adoption for the technology that Samsung and its ilk...

E Ink Holdings has just announced a brand new form of e-ink display, featuring what was once considered an e-ink holy grail: color. Once the province of defunct companies Mirasol and...

Amazon subsidiary Comixology has just launched a $5.99 per month “Comixology Unlimited” comic reading subscription plan, featuring thousands of comics from major publishers. None of those publishers are Marvel or DC,...

California-based children’s e-book subscription service Epic! has been talking with Publishers Weekly about its recent rapid growth as more and more users find and take advantage of the service. Not to...