Books

10.16.15
US appeals court rules Google's book-scanning project is legal
10.16.15

US appeals court rules Google's book-scanning project is legal

The 2nd US Circuit Court of Appeals in New York ruled that Google's use of out-of-print book excerpts falls under "fair use."

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10.07.15
Barnes and Noble's Galaxy Tab E Nook is yet another tablet for readers
10.07.15

Barnes and Noble's Galaxy Tab E Nook is yet another tablet for readers

Barnes and Noble has another Samsung Android tablet for those who prefer their go-to reading device do more than just flip pages.

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09.23.15
E-book sales dip, but is print really making a comeback?
09.23.15

E-book sales dip, but is print really making a comeback?

E-reading isn't as popular as it once was.

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08.03.15
​This interactive map crams in American literature's greatest road trips
08.03.15

​This interactive map crams in American literature's greatest road trips

The great (greatest?) American road trip

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06.25.15
Amazon 'Instant Previews' let friends peek at what you're reading
06.25.15

Amazon 'Instant Previews' let friends peek at what you're reading

It's been a busy day for Amazon, with announcements about its voice tech efforts and, wait for it,...

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04.14.15
Apple finally realized that audiobooks aren't music
04.14.15

Apple finally realized that audiobooks aren't music

Have you scratched your head wondering why Apple would put audiobooks in iOS' music player, rather...

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04.08.15
Oyster hopes you'll buy the books its subscription doesn't cover
04.08.15

Oyster hopes you'll buy the books its subscription doesn't cover

Oyster's all-you-can-read subscription service includes a lot of books, but it doesn't cover every...

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01.28.15
'Harry Potter' comes to Oyster's all-you-can-read book service
01.28.15

'Harry Potter' comes to Oyster's all-you-can-read book service

If you're the sort of Harry Potter fan who can't help but read the series again and again, Oyster...

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