Predictions that the e-reader is done seem to be everywhere. What do those forecasts really mean for the publishing industry?
The survey was conducted by the site Good e-Reader among participants whom Good e-Reader estimated buy between 50 and 100 books a year.
US Circuit Judge Denny Chin says Google Books falls under fair use, while the Authors Guild calls it copyright infringement.
Harlequin announces an e-book-only imprint, in addition to planning for many e-book originals through other imprints.
Passing on your favorite books to your heirs has sentimental value. But how will that work if your library is digital?
Some independent booksellers say they've received calls from someone claiming to be an Amazon staff member, asking if they'd be interested in selling Kindle e-readers.
The number of e-books sold last year grew by 43 percent, but that's a fairly small increase compared to the triple-digit increases of past years.
Amazon's Little A imprint will release novels, memoirs, and story collections, while Day One will focus on short stories and new writers.
Sales at independent bookstores rose almost 8 percent during the year, according to data from about 500 stores.
A new study shows that many major e-readers and e-book platforms track book searches, monitor what readers download, and can share information without a customer agreeing first. Is this the next step in satisfying consumers, or a little too Big Brother?