E-reader convert Lloyd Gedye wonders if he will ever buy a "real" book again.
South Africa’s e-reader market received a shake-up this month when Pick n Pay announced that it was bringing the Kobo Touch e-reader to SA for R995.
Reading habits were back on the political agenda in France this week when Hollande’s government, vowing to protect the printed word.
Bookstores around the world have been shutting their doors in the face of what looks a lot like publishing Armageddon. What’s a bibliophile to do?
Kindle-owning bibliophiles are furtive beasts. Their shelves still boast classics and Booker winners, but inside that plastic case other things lurk.
PricewaterhouseCoopers on Thursday cautioned publishers and retailers to act quickly to secure positions in the ebook and e-reader market.
E-readers are revolutionising books, but corporate giants such as Amazon are cornering the market.
After years of lurking in the literary wilderness, the e-book market has exploded with Amazon’s digital volumes recently overtaking hardcover sales.
Books risk being "swept away" by a world of new technology and moving images which are increasingly winning the competition for children’s attention.
Having made the leap, it’s not ideal but there’s the promise of much better things to come.
US book publishers are smiling again, after years of watching digital versions of their titles sell for below what they thought they were worth.
The television will dominate home entertainment for another year in 2010, showing more staying power than newspapers and e-readers.