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Aluratek Libre Air eBook Reader

01/05/2011, [CES 2011] Aluratek must have taken a page out of Apple’s book by releasing the Libre Air ebook reader with such a suffix to its name – hopefully it will also be as slim in the process! The Libre Air boasts Wi-Fi connectivity so that you can...

Nook: ‘Biggest bestseller ever’ for B&N

12/30/2010, Barnes & Noble has announced that the Nook has officially become their “Biggest Bestseller” – ever (B&N is a 40-year old company). B&N has announced that the Nook Color has been selling very well and is the number one selling...

Loan Kindle eBooks to your friends

12/30/2010, Way back in October, Amazon announced that they will be adding the loan a book feature to Kindle. Looks like it’s finally here, while it’s nothing groundbreaking (Nook already has it) for what it’s worth, it’s a pretty handy...

Kobo breaks eBook records this Holiday Season

12/27/2010, Kobo, the only pure-play global eReading service running on an open platform, has just revealed some interesting stats this holiday season. The kobo book service has managed to break their own records they set previously, and became the first eReading...

Sony’s eBook Reader Almost Sold Out In Japan

12/17/2010, While the world is busying itself with eBook readers such as the Kindle and Nook, Sony has happily announced that its Reader electronic eBook reader has been selling well in Japan. According to the company, the best selling model is the Reader Touch...

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...

Ebook sales to hit $1 billion in 2011

11/09/2010, Forrester Research predicts that ebook sales will surpass the $1 billion mark next year, while keeping their fingers crossed that this year will see a total of $966 million worth of sales. This is a vast improvement compared to last year that saw ebook...

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...

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 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...

Nook Color Preview

10/27/2010, Barnes & Noble NOOKcolor, the first full color ebook reader, presents a series of dilemmas for interested buyers. B&N referred to it as a tablet, but NOOKcolor is really more like half a tablet. It literally is a read-only device. It displays...

Nook Color just announced

10/26/2010, In a fanciful introductory event filled with swirling dancers, Barnes & Noble introduced the Nook Color, a full color ebook reader with a 7-inch color LCD and runs a version of the Android smartphone OS. It goes on sale on Nov. 19, but pre-orders are...

Bookeen to release Cybook Orizon next month

09/22/2010, Bookeen has jumped into the e-book reader game by preparing to release the Cybook Orizon next month for €229.99. Touted to be thinner than a newspaper (Fido won’t be able to fetch the paper to you every morning now) and lighter than a book at...