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Paranga offers tactile feedback when reading e-books

03/23/2011, Reading e-books are fine and dandy, but what happens when you want to up the ante during the reading experience? This is where Paranga comes in – it offers the ability for an e-book reader to experience tactile feedback whenever going through those...

FCC looks at PocketBook 603 e-book reader

03/21/2011, The FCC must be a pretty fun place to work in as you get all of the unreleased devices to tear apart and peer into their innards, long before the rest of the masses see them on store shelves. The latest device to go through their hands would be a 6”...

NOOKcolor hacked with Android 3.0 Honeycomb

01/30/2011, Developer/hacker “@deeper-blue” recently posted a video on how he managed to port over the Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system which has been specially optimized for tablet use over to the NOOKcolor. So far, the port isn’t working all...

NextBook Next6 e-book reader jumps through FCC hoops

01/17/2011, Another day, another e-book reader makes an appearance online to entice you to part with your hard earned money. We have NextBook of China’s Next6 e-book reader this time around, where it will sport a pretty decent 7.1″ TFT LCD resistive touch...

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...

Barnes & Noble manufactures 18,000 Nook Colors each day

12/08/2010, For those who are wondering how well the Nook Color from Barnes & Noble will perform in sales charts this upcoming holiday season, you might be surprised to find out that the company is forcing their elves to work overtime, churning out around 18,000...

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...

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 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...