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Crave giveaway: New hardcover book 'Star Wars Art: Posters'

"Star Wars," "Star Wars" and more "Stars Wars." This week's prize: a comprehensive volume of iconic "Star Wars" art from across the ages.

By October 17, 2014


Crave giveaway: Three custom photo products from Collage.com

Take personal photos you're proud of and turn them into a custom canvas, blanket and hardcover book. All for free of course.

By June 19, 2015


Tank Girl crashes Kickstarter for brand new book

Jamie Hewlett and Alan Martin have taken to Kickstarter for a brand-new, 100-page Tank Girl hardcover also featuring the work of six other brilliant indie artists.

By March 31, 2014


'The Legend of Zelda: Hyrule Historia' now a NYT best seller

The title stands atop the "Hardcover Advice & Misc." category on The New York Times' Best Seller list.

By February 11, 2013


DIY: Turn a book into a sleek charging phone dock

Grab an old hardcover and DIY it into a stealthy, old-meets-new charging dock.

By July 17, 2012


Judge your iPad by its literary masterpiece book cover

Turn your Kindle Fire into "Slaughterhouse-Five" and your iPad into "Atlas Shrugged" with Out of Print's real hardcover-bound cases.

By July 19, 2012


Amazon: Kindle titles outpacing hardcovers

There are now more e-books sold by Amazon.com than hardcover titles, and the discrepancy is growing bigger, CEO Jeff Bezos announces.

By July 19, 2010


How to turn a hardcover book into an iPad case

Oh, the delicious irony of transporting your e-book viewer in the hollowed-out pages of an actual book! Perfect little DIY project for the weekend.

By April 16, 2010


Dan Brown book selling better on Kindle than hardcover?

The Kindle version of "The Lost Symbol" is apparently selling better on Amazon.com than its hardcover version. And to think the publisher almost didn't release it for the e-reader.

By September 16, 2009


Does the Kindle pay for itself?

With e-books costing less than hardcover books, some argue that the savings you gain will offset the price of your e-reader within a year or two, depending how avid a reader you are. Is that really true?

By November 29, 2010