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A digital John Hancock from David Beckham
David Beckham has partnered with Facebook to offer a digital autograph of his new book to fans who register for the "signing."
Sendak passes away, his legacy of books goes on
Children’s books -- the real books -- are selling well and defying the trend toward e-books. Author Maurice Sendak would be pleased.
Microsoft invests in Nook
Add another player to the digital textbook market. Microsoft announced at $300 million investment in Barnes & Noble's Nook reader.
Apple, five publishers sued over e-book pricing
Federal and state prosecutors alleged Apple and five big publishers conspired to raise e-book prices to wage battle against Amazon.
Is automated publishing the future?
Real books and bookstores are becoming a thing of the past. Does new technology mean authors are next to go?
FAA to reconsider e-book policy
Currently e-books are banned from planes during taxi, take-off and landing. But as New York Times reporter Nick Bilton discovered, the FAA has recently decided to take a "fresh look" at its digital reader policy.
Justice Department to sue e-book publishers, Apple
The Department of Justice is reportedly ready to sue over anti-competitive practices in the electronic book business.
Are classrooms prepared for e-textbooks?
Apple is expected to announce its entry into the world of e-textbooks. But how have digital textbooks fared in the classroom so far?
Counting the costs of a digital classroom
While e-book technology can streamline education, struggling school districts could fall behind the digital divide -- as one former teacher discusses.