Scribd is setting its sights on bigger, newer titles. E-book and audiobook versions of The Fates Divide, the second volume in Veronica Roth’s Carve the Mark series, will go live on Scribd tomorr
Apple looks to have come to the end of the road in a long running legal saga involving allegations of an e-books price inflating conspiracy.
Publisher HarperCollins is trying to go its own way as its contract with Amazon lapses this year. The company, which received the same renewal contract as the other big publishers, namely Simon &
The latest company making a bid to bring the subscription model to the book world is one that may already be <a href="https://beta.techcrunch.com/tag/scribd">familiar to TechCrunch readers</a> — soc
Some development in the e-book price war being played out in Europe -- and an indirect victory for Amazon and any other retailer not called Apple in the process: the European Commission has <a target=
<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2011/01/rethink-bible.jpg"> Are books better as standalone, pristine works or as social objects to be modified and commented on by those who read the
<img src="http://tctechcrunch.files.wordpress.com/2010/01/inkpop-215x76.png" width="215" height="76" />News Corp-owned <a href="http://www.harpercollins.com/">HarperCollins</a> this morning put out a
News Corp. continues its quest to dominate the mainstream media. One of the publishers it owns, HarperCollins, is now planning to offer selections from 14 books available for iPhone viewing. The move