Kindle, according to some experts, has revolutionized the world of literature. Amazon is scheduled to release a second version of the Kindle next month. Meanwhile, an e-book price war has broken out.
Borders, now launching an e-bookstore, is late to the race.
Sales of Apple's iPad are strong. If they skyrocket, they may herald a faster-than-expected recovery.
As stone tablets gave way the codex, the future of reading is digital – but will the e-reader and the e-book change the nature of how we read?
To compete with the Nook, the Amazon Kindle patches some holes in its feature list.
Web widgets bring Internet perks to the biggest screen in most people’s homes.
Amazon's pioneering device may not dominate the market for long. Many phones are now sophisticated enough to be used as e-book reading devices.
Google Inc. is hoping to gain greater control over how personal computers work by developing a free operating system that will attack Microsoft Corp.’s golden goose - its long-dominant Windows franchise.