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 Atlantic magazine has announced exclusive content for the Amazon Kindle e-book reader. Here are some reasons they might've made that decision.
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.
With e-books, a book can be cheaply and easily updated even after publication, eliminating the need to get it right the first time.
There is currently no market for used e-books. Does this benefit the publisher and hurt the consumer? Or is it lose-lose?
Why spend hundreds of dollars on a dedicated e-book reader when you can get a multipurpose smartphone for half the price?
We can already buy books from international retailers — so why is an international Kindle such a legal mess?