e-reader, Page 2 ▼


Sony Reader PRS-T1 hacked to run Android apps

10/17/2011, Do you own the Sony Reader PRS-T1? As you may be aware, it’s running on a heavily modified version of Android, much like how Amazon’s Kindle Fire will be like, but what that means is that by right you should be able to run Android apps on it, and...

Onyx Boox i62 e-reader coming soon

10/12/2011, If you’re in the market for a new e-reader device, Chinese e-reader manufacturer, Onyx, has outed the Onyx Boox i62 e-reader device. Based on the picture alone we can’t help but feel that there are some glaring similarities between the Onyx Boox i62...

Amazon opens French Kindle Store

10/07/2011, For those living in France and were looking forward to getting on board Amazon’s Kindle, the good news is that the company has finally opened a French Kindle Store, adding to the list of stores outside of the US. For those living outside of France, not...

Disable ads on your Kindle e-reader for $30

10/06/2011, The Kindle 3 was offered to the public at a very affordable rate. For Kindle 3 owners, you’re probably aware that in order to enjoy the $30 subsidy for your e-reader device, you’ve had to put up with rather annoying advertisements. The good news is...

Amazon unveils the Kindle Touch

09/28/2011, If you’re in the market for an e-reader or you want to upgrade your current Kindle, Amazon has today just announced three new Kindle models that you can choose from – the Kindle Touch, Kindle Touch 3G and a smaller version of the Kindle (all three...

Pocketbook A10 Android tablet/e-reader announced

09/06/2011, With so many tablets available in the market these days, competition is at its peak and variety is always welcome, and it looks like Hong Kong-based MNC Pocketbook International will be entering the fray with their A10 Android tablet/e-reader, which is...

Sony Reader Wi-Fi

08/31/2011, In addition to its tablets, Sony is launching its new elegant Reader Wi-Fi that features a 6-inch e-ink Pearl V220 glare-free touch screen display which gives access to over 2 million titles from the Sony Reader Store. The company partnered with over...

Panasonic’s e-reader Raboo UT-PB1 is now official

07/22/2011, A couple of weeks back we reported that Panasonic had revealed their very own ebook reader that they were aiming to launch in Japan, and that they also partnered up with popular Japanese online retailer Rakuten, who will be supplying the books. Well if...

Reading Your Favorite Content On Tablets

06/30/2011, Those who have not tried a tablet may wonder how the web reading experience is, when compared to their computer. Usually, tablet browsers are slightly different than the ones available on PCs or Mac. Also, on tablets, the default mobile browser is usually...

New e-reader from Barnes & Noble?

05/04/2011, Barnes & Noble have informed investors that they fully intend to make an announcement for a new e-reader device later this May. Heck, the relevant paperwork has already been filed with the SEC, so you can bet your bottom dollar that it is inching...

Ads to Appear Inside Free E-Books

12/13/2010, Marketers are experimenting with new pricing models for e-books. In a twist, marketers may make e-books available for free in exchange for your attention to ads that may appear within the books. Various forms of advertisements are now being explored,...

iPad Catching Up to Kindle in E-Reader Market in Latest Survey

11/30/2010, While Amazon is still a dominant player in the e-reader market with a 47% market share, Apple is quickly gaining ground having captured 32% of the e-reader market with its iPad consumer tablet. ChangeWave’s latest survey was completed by over 2,800...

Nook Gains Speed with Firmware 1.5

11/22/2010, Barnes & Noble just released version 1.5 of its firmware for the e-ink Nook. The firmware brings a number of enhancements to the e-ink electronic book reader, most notably faster page turn speeds and the ability to sync where you’ve left off in...