Windows users may soon be reading books, magazines, and comics through an Xbox-branded reading app.
It's not just Vaio that's getting the heave-ho from Sony; the electronics giant is also abandoning its e-reader business in North America, letting Kobo pick up the slack.
Apple on Tuesday announced that iBooks textbooks and the iTunes U Course Manager would be available in new countries within Asia, Latin America, and Europe.
What's the best device if you want to embrace a post-paper reading world? That all depends on whether you want a dedicated reading device or a more versatile tablet.
You'll find this endless runner game based on Jane Austen's book to be a pretty clever mobile app if you have either sense or sensibility.
The non-profit site will keep less user data and adopt the secure HTTPS protocol by default.
And even better, Amazon's Whispersync technology picks up where you left off no matter whether you're reading, listening, or mixing the two.
A startup called Oyster wants to become your “Netflix for e-books.”