If you opt for the feel of a book in your hands over an e-reader, you’re still in the majority, a new reports says.
Apple Inc. broke antitrust laws and conspired with publishers to raise electronic book prices significantly in spring 2010, a federal judge ruled Wednesday, citing “compelling evidence” from the words of the late Steve Jobs.
Many of us read e-books on an e-reader, tablet or computer, but not as many will crack open a regular book with extra e-content.
E-books are revolutionizing the way people read on the go, but the convenience could be costing you more.
One in five Americans now own a tablet, according to a new report from the Pew Internet and American Life Project. And those numbers are only going to grow.