As revealed by Hachette CEO Michael Pietsch in a letter to the publisher's authors, Amazon and Hachette have reached a new, multi-year agreement that gives the publisher more leeway with its ebook pricing.
In a bid to attract local talent in a city that's been steadily making a name for itself in the tech world, Amazon will reportedly open a huge R&D center in Cambridge, UK, geared toward developing its Prime Air delivery drones.
Apparently concerned that news items on its latest sustainability report focused too heavily on the negative content, Samsung decided to go out of its way to highlight the positive parts. Using a rapper.
For more than a year we've been hearing that YouTube's working on a music subscription service to rival the likes of Spotify. The latest news is that the expected ad-free service is set to launch "within weeks."
Barnes & Noble already offers an ebook service for authors to get their work on mobile devices, and from this week it's also giving publishers the chance to put their work on paper with a new print-on-demand option.
Part social commentary, part humor, and part "kids say the darndest things," the "Kids React to Technology" Web series takes a look at film cameras. We learn that youngsters do love selfies, and they hate waiting.