Author Brian Stelter talks about the unexpected sacking of news anchor Ann Curry from NBC's Today Show.
Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt talks about privacy and the need for security in this growing world of digital technology in his new book "The New Digital Age".
Bret Easton Ellis has reportedly been banned from attending this year's Annual Glaad Media Awards because of his recent Twitter activities.
Google's Nexus 7 and Barnes & Noble's Nook HD tablet are two of the most equally matched tablets in the 7-inch market, but which is best for you? Before you rush to pick up a tablet, follow along for a review of the best features each device has to offer to ease your decision-making.
Kate Atkinson's "Life After Life" Holds on to Number One Spot on NPR's Bestsellers' List of this Week
Kate Atkinson's "Life After Life" takes top position yet again on NPR's Bestsellers' list for the second week since its release.
Ever since technology has been taking over the place of physical books and offering users the luxury of reading their favorite book on their tablets, a war has broken out among major brands to lure customers this way. Apple's iPad Mini, Amazon's Fire HD and Google's Nexus 7 have been some of the top contenders.
Jean Thompson says in her new novel "The Humanity Project" that the human race is not doing too well and could definitely do with some help.
An independent Australian bookseller has announced a "Kindle Amnesty", where it urges people to throw away their Amazon Kindle devices.
Israeli literature scholar D.A. Mishani stepped into the world of writing with his debut novel "The Missing File".
Mary Higgins' Novel "Daddy's Gone a Hunting" took the No. 1 spot for the first week on Publishers Weekly's bestseller list, which was released Thursday.
Penguin has entered into a settlement with the European Commission over the agency pricing model for e-books.
Fred Hiatt's new novel "Nine Days" is based on a true life story which tells the tale of a fight for freedom.
After Amazon announced the expansion of its appstore to over 200 countries, experts speculate that a Kindle smartphone may be in the making.
In his new book "The Good Nurse" Charles Graeber details the life of serial killer Charlie Cullen who posed as a nurse in hospitals and then injected patients with lethal doses of a variety of medications.
Random House has announced that it will be releasing "Black Crown", a free-to-play online game next month.