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Technology A Paris Bookstore Prints Books On Demand

The store has reinvented the process of buying physical copies in-person

Syndicated Printed Book Sales Rise For First Time In Four Years As Ebooks Decline

Adult coloring book craze and Alice in Wonderland helped revival in traditional publishing

Advertising Reports of the Ebook's Death May Have Been Greatly Exaggerated

Reports that physical books are gaining ground at the expense of digital are just plain wrong

Home 9 Stories You Need To Know Today

Stephen Colbert slams Amazon, couples sign social media prenups and new mutual fund supports women in the corporate world.

Innovation McDonald's Happy Meals Now Offer eBooks Instead Of Toys

Through a partnership with the National Literacy Trust, McDonald's is hoping to fortify children's minds.

Design 12 Things You Need to Know Today

JetBlue is finally launching Wifi, public Wi-Fi comes to Harlem, and Norway's public library is putting all its books online for free.

Design YouTube For Books Puts Literary Spin On Social Networking

Catering to a community of millions, Wattpad is all about getting writers and their stories online.

11 Stories You Need To Know Today

Details of YouTube Music Awards announced, Spotify helps artists bond with fans, and Etsy will change its seller guidelines.

Syndicated Why EReaders Make More Sense For The Developing World

A research shows that the devices could be far more practical than paper books to raise literacy levels among african children.

Technology Amazon To Sell Fan Fiction Ebooks

Original authors and their amateur adapters can now put their spin-offs on sale.

Home E-lending Could Be The Future Of Libraries

A government-commissioned report has allayed fears that digital lending could damage the book industry.

Work How eBooks Are Clearly Different To Print

Increased consumption of this new genre is changing the way we read.

Retail Will The Penguin Random House Merger Be Good News For Indie Publishers?

The book trade's response to the creation of the new mega-company has been largely despairing – but there is now new hope for independents.

Work $13 eReader

German company txtr has introduced the small and lightweight device that lets users download ebooks through their other mobile devices.