Charles Dickens is celebrated by Google today to promote free ebooks.
Google is celebrating the 200th birthday of Charles Dickens with a doodle. But the doodle also seems to be trying to get you to use Google Books. Another example of Google's new commercialism?
'Kodak 1881' has a Victorian look
A New Year's Eve mega doodle combines the best of Google's doodles from the last 12 months. How many can you spot?
In an outburst of Christmas spirit, Redmond creates a shopping Web site that paints Google -- and its search results -- in a very unfestive light.
Americans were once enthusiastic pirates. The company that eventually became HarperCollins made a fortune pirating the work of Charles Dickens and other British authors.
Everybody's favorite candy-munching green monster is back with 75 new levels of rope-cutting goodness. Alas, it's iOS-only for the time being.
Amazon is trying to bring back the once-popular subscription-based book model, offering Kindle owners a way to subscribe to serialized novels.
This supercute Xbox port should prove very entertaining to young kids. But here's hoping Halo is next in line for the iOS treatment.
An e-petition has been launched to make the father of modern computer science, Alan Turing, the new face of the £10 note.