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AmazonLocal coming to Kindle with Special Offers

09/15/2011, As if getting a Kindle at a reduced price wasn’t good enough with Amazon’s Kindle with Special Offers, customers of the eBook reader are in for another treat. Amazon has just announced that customers will soon start receiving special offers...

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...

Scuba Divers use Sony Reader 300ft underwater

09/13/2011, Ever used a tablet while you’re underwater in the middle of an ocean? Can’t say I have, but some folks do it on a daily basis especially professional divers like Mark Thurlow and Robin Jacoway. Since they go down to depths of 300-400 ft, they...

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...

Amazon quietly rolls out Kindle social network

08/08/2011, Good news Kindle owners, it appears that Amazon has quietly rolled out a new social networking service over the weekend for their Kindle owners. We don’t think that Amazon has any plans to fight the big boys at Facebook for social networking superiority...

Pandigital Nova Digital Reader going for $170 at Best Buy

08/02/2011, With the growing popularity of ebooks, the number of ebook readers have also started popping up as well. While Amazon’s Kindle reigned supreme back in the day, it now faces stiff competition from the Nook and Kobo just to name a few. While Pandigital...

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,...

Pandigital STAR e-book reader goes through FCC motions

07/19/2011, The e-book world is littered with plenty of options in this day and age, which is a far cry from what consumers had to put up with a few years ago. Heck, even e-book readers now support color for a more interactive experience, and hardware manufacturers...

Panasonic UT-PB1 tablet reader introduced

07/12/2011, Panasonic has decided to take the plunge into the world of tablet readers as well, seeing that Toshiba did not miss the boat. Their latest effort will come in the form of the Panasonic UT-PB1, which will see a 7″ display at 1024 x 600 resolution LCD...

Play “videos” on your Kindle with the iPlayer

07/11/2011, If for whatever reason, you wished that the Kindle could play videos, it turns out that short of waiting for Amazon to come out with a new version of Kindle, it’s not entirely impossible, thanks to a developer at the BBC, Mark Longstaff-Tyrrell.

Fujitsu shows off next generation color e-Paper Module

07/11/2011, The days of eReaders mainly being in black and white are coming to an end. Manufacturers are trying to inject color into readers that work well in full color and in difficult lighting conditions. It looks like Fujitsu are next up to the plate with the...

Kobo opening its platform up to more authors

06/13/2011, Kobo, the folks behind the Kobo eReaders, has decided t expand its services, by allowing authors to submit their own books to the Kobo eBook store. In a recent interview, Kobo CEO talks about the eBook self-publishing service. The service will be simple...