A skirmish between Apple and a French publisher over a risque book cover hardly recalls the censorship battles of the past, writes Anna Baddeley
A vast database of dissertations is making available texts that would otherwise remain buried in desk drawers or dead hard drives, writes James Bridle
When Google Met Wikileaks will recount emblematic 'tug-of war over the internet's future'
If the trauma of the child star's death by bees in the 1991 kids' romance is still raw, an online video game may provide therapy
Tim Waterstone's claim that ebooks are in decline isn't persuasive – and there are far more urgent matters for readers to discuss
From 1980s images of a Chinese woman with her TV to endless shots of a black dog on a black sofa, Dutch publisher Erik Kessels' collections of 'found photographs' are beautiful, surreal – and unsettling.
Stark Holborn's thrilling Nunslinger, published in instalments, puts a welcome spin on westerns, writes Anna Baddeley
When ShaoLan Hsueh realised her children didn't have the patience to learn Chinese, she wanted to simplify it for them – so she worked with graphic artist Noma Bar on a new book that turns a fiendish world into a visual treat
Booker prize-winner will turn his sights towards the 'cyber underworld' and hacktivism in Amnesia, out in November
British startup Made in Me launches new product after 1m downloads within existing Me Books app. By Stuart Dredge
This study shows that's it's not technology that teenagers are 'addicted' to – it's friendship groups, says Carole Cadwalladr
You don't even have to move your eyes with the latest speed-reading apps, writes James Bridle
Thanks to the internet, it has never been easier to steal other people's work. There's also a high risk you'll be found out. So why do it? Rhodri Marsden goes in search of a little originality
Damien Walter: The I-Ching predates binary code by as much as 5,000 years, and gives us reason to question our faith in digital technology
A new survey shows how ebooks and Kindles are re-shaping reading habits, writes Anna Baddeley