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Kobo Touch introduced

11/23/2011, The e-book reader market is certainly a growing and competitive one – especially for a country like the US where plenty of people get their reading done while they are on a subway or taking public transport somewhere. With so many e-book readers to...

Nook Simple Touch going for just $79

11/23/2011, We know that Black Friday is when most folks out there will be able to enjoy some really good deals, depending on the vendor who sells the lot of consumer electronics, and if you had been holding out on a Nook Simple Touch for quite some time, then you...

Kyobo e-reader hits South Korea

11/22/2011, There is nothing quite like curling up to a good book on a rainy day with a hot mug of coffee in one hand, while there is also a plate of cookies that delivers quick and easy access to boot whenever your stomach experiences hunger pangs. Well, these days,...

Kobo Touch for under a Benjamin?

11/14/2011, The e-book reader market is clearly heating up with the kind of competition going around, and the Kobo Touch is one of the latest competitors to enter the scene. I guess we can call this the little e-reader that could – where it will come with an...

Amazon’s $79 Kindle costs $84 to make?

11/10/2011, We all know that Amazon is going to lose money with the sales of its upcoming Kindle Fire tablet, and will have to make it back through all the content that its customers purchase with the tablet, but did you know that the Kindle Fire isn’t the only...

Android tablet boasts physical QWERTY keyboard

10/21/2011, Now, it goes without saying that a smartphone these days tend to come with a virtual keyboard on their touchscreen displays – and there is only a bunch of models that offer a slideout physical QWERTY keyboard just in case you haven’t gotten...

Kobo Vox does the official dance

10/19/2011, We do know that Future Shop of Canada did actually make a slip when they teased the masses with a sneak peek of the Vox reader from Kobo sometime last week – whether that is done by accident or on purpose, I leave that open for debate. What we do...

Bookeen delivers the Cybook Odyssey

10/10/2011, Bookeen’s foray into the world of e-book readers have yet to come to an end, but rather, it seems that the company is doing pretty well for itself – at least well enough to roll out yet another version of an e-book reader into their fold, the...

Kobo Vox slated for October 17th release at $250 a pop

09/29/2011, Ah, the circle of life continues as a device hits the FCC only to see it being prepared for a release shortly after that – case in point, the Kobo Vox that recently made an appearance at the FCC, only to have it show up on Futureshop.ca with a...

Plastic Logic 100 video

09/13/2011, Remember the Plastic Logic 100 that we mentioned earlier this morning, where said e-book reader was announced in Russia? Well, there is a full hands-on video of it floating around on YouTube, taking a good 12 minutes of your time. Everything’s in...

Amazon to deliver digital book library

09/11/2011, Amazon certainly has a new tablet up their sleeves, but it is still surrounded by a shroud of secrecy. Well, the company is said to be working on a digital book library that will be not too different from that of what Netflix is offering with their e-book...

Waterstone e-book reader set for 2012 launch

09/09/2011, Waterstone, a US bookseller, has every intention to introduce an e-book reader sometime next year which will go head-to-head with Amazon’s Kindle. According to Waterstone’s managing director, James Daunt, he mentioned to Radio 4′s You...

Nook offers $100 free e-books in back-to-school promotion

08/08/2011, Barnes & Noble’s Nook e-book reader is definitely more interesting to own now – after all, there has been an announcement of a back-to-school promotion which will allow students to access $100 worth of free books and study tools as long as...

Binatone ReadMe Mobile is a jack of all trades

07/31/2011, Binatone has rolled out what some might consider to be a tablet, while another would see it as an e-reader, and yet a different person could call it a personal organizer. I guess this is somewhat equal to a group of blind men describing an elephant. Well,...