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Why e-books make things complicated for libraries
Digital books are more expensive than physical books and create logistical challenges for libraries.
Book printers are reporting a surprising end-of-year crunch
For the first time in a decade the industry is seeing more demand than it can supply.
E-book subscription services have tricky business model
The e-book subscription service Oyster is calling it quits after a couple years.
Crowd-sourcing hits the bookshelf
Kindle Scout, Amazon’s new online publishing platform, to release books.
Barnes & Noble move may signal a spinoff
Bookseller bought back Microsoft's stake. But it's still unclear if company might split in two.
How tech is changing reading at libraries
A conversation with Courtney Young, president of the American Library Association.
A famous London bookstore hits back at digital trends
Celebrated British bookstore Foyles defies trends to bet on paper books.
Navy sailors get an e-reader called 'NeRD'
The Navy is giving submarine crews very expensive tablets that let sailors read pre-loaded books.
In which Kai Ryssdal has to settle for $22.40
The individual results from Amazon's e-book price fixing settlement.
Ding! You are now free to use your tablets during takeoff
The FAA is allowing airline passengers to use some mobile devices during takeoff and landing. NOT cellphones.