If you already own the hardcopy edition of a book, is it ethical to steal the e-book? Jeffrey Seglin and Jason Scott provide contrasting examples.
The New York Times has announced that it will begin charging for online content in 2011. Is this the motivation readers need to get a Kindle?
At CES, Plastic Logic announced the Que, an oversized e-reader aimed at business professionals and readers of periodicals (magazines and newspapers).
Magazine companies are collaborating on a shared format for digital editions, but physical newspapers still beat this joint effort in usability.
The Atlantic magazine has announced exclusive content for the Amazon Kindle e-book reader. Here are some reasons they might've made that decision.
Wikipedia is losing editors faster than it recruits them, partly because of the hostile and exhausting environment in which the site's content is crafted.
Despite demand for the Nook and firmware updates for the Kindle, we're still left to wonder if there's a future for e-books.
Remember the Choose Your Own Adventure books? Now you can choose your own hyperlink as this series comes to the Amazon Kindle e-book reader.