There are now more e-books sold by Amazon.com than hardcover titles, and the discrepancy is growing bigger, CEO Jeff Bezos announces.
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.
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.
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.
Grab an old hardcover and DIY it into a stealthy, old-meets-new charging dock.
The title stands atop the "Hardcover Advice & Misc." category on The New York Times' Best Seller list.
Turn your Kindle Fire into "Slaughterhouse-Five" and your iPad into "Atlas Shrugged" with Out of Print's real hardcover-bound cases.
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?
Stealth Computer releases a PC that's about about the size of a hardcover book.
Wal-Mart starts pricing war with Amazon over hardcover book sales. Wal-Mart won't say it has anything to do with the Kindle, but that might not be totally accurate.