Don't-Miss E-Reader Stories
A brouhaha is shaping up: Apple and book publishers square off against Amazon and the DOJ over the price of an e-book. Who's right? CIO.com's Tom Kaneshige looks back to a Whiz Kid from the '90s for answers.
Apple's deal with e-book publishers contained a sweetheart clause to keep Apple's wares competitive.
Barnes & Noble on Thursday released a new Nook Simple Touch e-reader with a screen that lights up so that books can be read in the dark.
New model will be the only E Ink e-reader for sale with an LED-based light built-in.
Amazon has issued a software upgrade for the Kindle Touch, which adds more languages and usability improvements, the company said on Wednesday.
Barnes & Noble's next Nook eReader may solve the issue of reading in the dark.
People who read e-books say they spend more time reading in general, according to study.
LG announces that it has started mass production of its first flexible e-paper display that should begin shipping to Europe next month.
The Kindle Touch 3G is now also available in seven languages -- German, French, Italian, Spanish, Brazilian Portuguese and American or British English.
Pottermore was due to go live in October, but it missed its launch. The is expected to open to the public early next month.
The new iPad's LTE option, which enables access to fast 4G networks, means customers can use up an entire month's worth of data in a couple of hours.