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Netronix PocketBook 511 spotted at the FCC

12/15/2010, Netronix has just sent their PocketBook 511 over to the folks at the FCC, gaining approval for 802.11 b/g wireless capabilities in the device itself in the process. Scant details concerning the PocketBook 511 are available apart from the fact that it...

Kobo Reading Life launches

12/09/2010, We guess it didn’t take too long for e-book manufacturers to realize that having good hardware is one thing, but having better software is a totally different ball game altogether. At least Kobo has come to that sooner rather than later, rolling out...

NOOKcolor starts to ship for $249

11/16/2010, Barnes & Noble announced their NOOKcolor ebook reader around three weeks ago, and it is nice to see the device fleshed out to the masses, as it has started to ship for $249 a pop. Just to recap (in case you’ve been living under a rock for the...

Hanvon improves on e-ink technology

11/08/2010, E-Ink technology has certainly served the older e-book readers of yore pretty well, but the time has come for it to move forward – and Hanvon Technology of China has a way of doing this thanks to their color E-Ink device. Touted to be the first...

Energy Sistem Color Book Series e-reader

11/04/2010, E-readers seem to be dime a dozen these days, with many of them already hailing color displays. Well, Energy Sistem intends to add to the fanfare with their Color Book Series e-reader, which will sport a 5-inch LCD touchscreen display at 800 x 480...

Motorola eReader spotted in China

11/04/2010, Nearly everything is made in China these days, and it is no surprise to see Motorola’s latest eReader device being the fruit of a partnership with the China Putian Eastern Communications Company. This device looks rather out of place in terms of...

Asus ships DR-900 e-reader quietly

11/04/2010, It seems as though Asus has started to ship their DR-900 e-reader on the quiet in some places around the world, with Hispazone actually getting one to play around with for themselves. The build quality has been pretty admirable to date, while many people...

Pandigital AW-NU706 ebook reader arrives on the FCC

11/03/2010, The FCC has taken a look at the Pandigital AW-NU706 ebook reader, and those who are more observant might be able to guess correctly that this device will feature a 6-inch display of the E-Ink variety, while its back end support for a digital library would...

FCC takes a gander at Nextbook Next3 ebook reader

11/03/2010, The FCC has taken a look at the Nextbook Next3 ebook reader which hails from China (that’s where most stuff comes from these days anyways), where it will sport a 7-inch resistive touchscreen display at 800 x 480 resolution, running on a dual core...

FCC takes a gander at iRiver Cover Story eBook reader

11/01/2010, The FCC have taken a look at the iRiver Cover Story eBook reader over the weekend, which is always a good omen if you’re thinking of picking one up Stateside since all devices need to go through the machinations of the FCC before they are approved...

Sagem Binder ultra-light eReader launched

10/31/2010, Sagem isn’t exactly famous in this part of the world where we reside in, but that doesn’t mean the company isn’t a force to be reckoned with – what with their latest Binder ultra-light eReader. It can be ordered from FNAC, the...

Color Nook version ready to hit the market?

10/22/2010, The rumored Nook color e-reader from Barnes & Noble has already gotten its domain name covered, and we do know that this will be Android-powered, where it is slated for an October 26th release. With a $249 price point, we are wondering what kind of...

Shift3 delivers LookBook to the FCC

10/19/2010, Another day, another e-book reader gets ready to penetrate the ever growing market. Is this just a fad, or does it have legitimate ground to take over books completely? We are holding out for a peaceful co-existence, as a physical book will certainly be...