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Sony to out new Reader devices in due time

08/13/2010, Sony looks set to introduce a couple more touchscreen-enabled Sony Reader devices, namely the PRS-350 and PRS-650 which will feature E-Ink technology. Those who tend to keep abreast with the latest developments in product refresh cycles will notice that...

Fairmont Hotels offer Kobo ebook reader for guests

08/11/2010, Perhaps you want to have some time out just for yourself the next time you check into a hotel? Fairmont Hotels will definitely keep bookworms happy, as they will be throwing in a Kobo ebook reader for select guests at select properties. We’re...

Plastic Logic to release second-generation ProReader instead

08/10/2010, The Plastic Logic QUE product has yet to hit the market after so many delays and hiccups, and decided to do the next best thing. Instead of pursuing it indefinitely to turn it into the hardware version of Duke Nukem Forever, Plastic Logic decided to...

Asus to release 8-inch e-book reader this October

08/06/2010, Asus has plans to introduce a new 8″ e-book reader that will feature a 64-grayscale TFT LCD display when October rolls around, although you won’t find any backlight accompanying this model. Despite that, it will be slapped with a $599 price...

UK Kindle Store now open

08/05/2010, Amazon.co.uk has started to ship its recently announced Kindle to folks living in the UK, and in the process have also opened the UK Kindle Store. This means £149 will net you the 3G model, while for £30 less, the Wi-Fi-only model can be...

Amazon’s 6-inch Kindle is now unavailable

07/27/2010, Could the unavailability of the 6-inch Kindle on Amazon’s website point towards the impending release of a next generation Kindle which has long been rumored to ship sometime next month? This is the first shortage of its kind since last year, where...

Elonex 710RB e-reader to hit the market this August

07/15/2010, Looking for a new e-reader, but am not quite sure which model you would be looking for? The Elonex 710RB e-reader might just fit the bill then, although if you want one you will need to wait until this August after having its launch date announced....

SmartQ T7-3G And T7 Android Tablets Launched In China

07/14/2010, SmartDevices has just announced two new tablet devices, the SmartQ T7-3G and the T7. Both devices are essentially the same thing, but with the latter lacking a 3G radio. At a glance it looks quite similar to the previously released SmartQ R7 eBook reader,...

Sony working on a new mobile device

07/09/2010, Sony’s foray into the world of portable media players hasn’t been exemplary to say the least (the original Walkman and Discman don’t count since they do audio), but good to know the Japanese company isn’t throwing in the towel...

Sony slashes Reader pricing

07/05/2010, Sony has dropped the prices of their Reader ebook lines, where the Sony Reader Pocket Edition will now go for $149 from $169, while the Touch Edition has dropped from $199 to $169. As for the Daily Edition, it is a good $50 cheaper at $299 now. Of course,...

Amazon Kindle going for $149.99 a day

07/01/2010, Woot!, having been acquired by Amazon, is now offering the Kindle for $149.99 for a single day (with another $5 for shipping), where it is a good $40 more affordable than the actual $189 price point. Of course, as with anything else that appears on Woot!,...

Plastic Logic QUE proReader delayed Again

06/25/2010, Although there are so many e-readers in the market these days, what’s more with having another one hit the market? For those who are looking forward to the Plastic Logic QUE proReader, you will be disappointed to know that its June 24 release date...

Newsmy C66 Color eBook Reader Announced

06/24/2010, Newsmy has been churning out quite a number of eBook readers recently, and now the Chinese company has announced the upcoming release of its fourth eBook reader, the C66. The most notable difference between this unit and its previous offerings is that it...

Amazon slashes Kindle e-reader price

06/21/2010, Now here is a question for you to ponder – if Apple’s iPad did not do that phenomenally well on the sales front, would it have led Amazon to slash their Kindle e-reader price to $189 from its previous high of $259? We can’t really tell...