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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...

NOOKcolor overclocked

01/17/2011, We know that the Barnes & Noble NOOKcolor reader was recently seen running Ubuntu Linux, but here is yet another mod done to said reader which might just stoke your interest in purchasing one if you haven’t done so already. This $250 tablet has...

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...

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...

Archos 70b looks into pre-orders

12/26/2010, The Archos 70b that visited the FCC earlier this month is finally available for pre-order, and this e-book reader won’t really break the bank either. It seems to cater towards the entry-level market, boasting a 7-inch WVGA touchscrene display, 4GB...

Biblio Leaf priced for Japan release

12/22/2010, Toshiba and KDDI have an answer to the Amazon Kindle with their very own e-book reader known as the Biblio Leaf. This device will sport a 6-inch e-Ink display, sporting Wi-Fi and 3G connectivity to make sure you will always have the opportunity to stay...

Bookeen Orizon e-book reader is world’s thinnest

12/15/2010, E-book readers aren’t that fat to start off with in the first place, but then again the same can be said about flat display TVs, where the mad race for the title of the “world’s thinnest” has been going on for quite some time...

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...

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...

Archos 70b eReader Pays A Visit To The FCC

12/07/2010, The eBook reader business seems to be booming as another Android-powered eBook reader has paid a visit to the FCC and this time it’s the Archos 70b, bearing the model number 7702. The 70b seems to feature a 7-inch color LCD display and supports...

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...