Tag Archive: Book


  Barnes & Noble has decided to team up Google in an effort to reclaim its King of Book Retail title from their mutual rival Amazon. Starting today, the two companies are partnering up to bring same-day delivery of books… Read more ›

“Meanwhile, back in the dungeons beneath Cult of Mac headquarters, an Apple-loving blogger tested out a new app…” If you’re a fan of comic books (and, let’s face it, who isn’t?) the idea of transforming your personal photo gallery into… Read more ›

Phrases like “it’s a comic book brought to life” are usually hyperbole, but that’s not the case for SXPD, a new iOS game which blends gorgeous black and white comic art with compelling gameplay. Described by developer Little Chicken as… Read more ›

Want to know what a business lesson about Apple looks like at Harvard Business School? A whole lot like a comic book, apparently. The publishing arm of Harvard Business School is turning to comics to help tell case studies related… Read more ›

Now that you know where to find all those DVDs, video games, and CDs with Shot and Find, you might want something to read. All Librarist needs is an ISBN, a keyword, or a quick scan of a barcode, and… Read more ›     

Yukari Kane’s new book about Apple post-Steve Jobs, Haunted Empire, is still a few weeks away, but it’s already beginning to pick up press coverage. A recent video interview with Kane for the Wall Street Journal sheds a bit of… Read more ›     

  Jony Ive by Leander Kahney @lkahney The best book about Apple so far. http://t.co/UxZKSDNyK1 — Horace Dediu (@asymco) March 3, 2014 Jony Ive takes extra pains to keep his personal life private, but Leander’s book ‘Jony Ive: The Genius… Read more ›     

If you have a soft spot for beautiful book bound notebooks like the famous Oxford Black n’ Red, then you’re going to love the SLIMS for iPad mini from BUKcase. Made using traditional book binding techniques, it’s almost identical at… Read more ›     

Acclaimed biographer Walter Isaacson is crowdsourcing editorial comments for his new book — which will focus on innovators of the digital age. The book will begin with 19th century computer pioneer Ada Lovelace, and continue to the present day. So… Read more ›     

Think the Ashton Kutcher-starring Jobs, and the forthcoming Aaron Sorkin biopic are the only Steve Jobs-related projects doing the Hollywood rounds? Think again. A new movie called The Answer has just finished filming — based on the best-selling 1946 book… Read more ›