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.
The title stands atop the "Hardcover Advice & Misc." category on The New York Times' Best Seller list.
Bummed that you missed Comic-Con this year? We're bringing it to you with the second part of this year's giveaway straight from the show floor.
Overstock.com announced last Thursday that it would be undercutting Amazon book prices by 10 percent. Not to be outdone, Amazon matches the prices...on some titles.
Since April 1, for every 100 print books Amazon.com has sold, the company says it has sold 105 Kindle books.
The mashup as meme as finally reached new heights with this reimagining of "A New Hope" written completely in iambic pentameter.
Turn your Kindle Fire into "Slaughterhouse-Five" and your iPad into "Atlas Shrugged" with Out of Print's real hardcover-bound cases.
Grab an old hardcover and DIY it into a stealthy, old-meets-new charging dock.
The e-book for Michael Connelly's legal thriller, "The Fifth Witness," is getting hammered by people for being priced at $14.99, with dozens of one-star reviews. How's that affecting sales?