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I attended a couple of fascinating lectures by William Uricchio, Professor of Comparative Media Studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, at the Center for Media, Data and Society, part of...

If you’re looking for a great deal on Scrivener, Techdirt’s store has it on sale for three days at $20 for Windows, $22.50 for Mac. This covers the latest versions available...
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Android by and large hasn’t changed all that much from a user standpoint over the last several versions, except in little cosmetic flourishes and new features that are handy but hardly...

The Economist has an article looking at the success of the romance and erotica genres in the United Kingdom, and the stigma that still attaches to the genre. Even though romance...

Well, it looks like that time you’ve been waiting for is at hand. If you wanted an Amazon Echo, but it cost too much to buy it new, you can now...

Samsung is rolling out a new line of flexible display technology, as already mentioned previously in TeleRead. And SlashGear shared an actual video preview of this technology in operation - or...

Here’s another area where e-books often fall short of print—complicated reference books. The current state of e-books is designed for mass market fiction and some nonfiction—simple, basic titles without a whole...

What do you do when some other company is doing something you don’t like? You complain to the government about it! (Hey, it worked for Amazon.) And that’s what a newspaper...

As LCD tablets start to eclipse e-ink readers, what better way to fight back than with an e-ink monitor for your computer? That seems to be the philosophy behind Chinese company Dasung’s...

Another copyright case just turned into a fair use case. We haven’t touched on this one before, given that it doesn’t touch on e-books directly. However, it directly affects the future...