Given the success of Amazon's Kindle tablets and e-readers and its acquisition of The Washington Post, the company is certainly no stranger to the digital media space.
Barnes & Noble Inc. is releasing a new Nook e-book reader for the holidays, while it evaluates the future of tablet computers.
During the early days, Jeff Bezos and crew also registered Awake.com, Browse.com and Bookmall.com, according to a new book on the superstore Amazon.com.
There's a new source to stream movies and other digital content, and it's not a tech company with tens of thousands of titles. It's something more familiar, and might even be just down the street:...
Even as Barnes & Noble flounders with its Nook tablet business, Kobo is pushing forward with tablets of its own, geared—like the Nook—toward digital-book aficionados.
Publishers who have settled an electronic book pricing dispute with the federal government objected Wednesday to penalties the government wants to impose on Apple Inc., saying it will hurt...
Is it a good thing that Apple lost its battle to fix prices on e-books? Yes. Is it going to make life better for readers and publishers? No.