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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!,...

Pandigital Novel eReader firmware fix to come

06/16/2010, The Pandigital Novel eReader wasn’t exactly a huge success when it was launched, since there were major firmware issues affecting it upon its release, but things do look as though they are being improved with a new firmware update for the device...

Acer LumiRead enters the ebook reader fray

05/27/2010, Acer’s latest release for today would be its LumiRead ebook reader, where this device will see Acer’s clear.fi solution implemented into a DLNA-compliant device that lets one access Acer clear.fi and share contents like ebooks and audio-books...

Pandigital 7-inch e-reader can access Barnes & Noble eBookstore

05/24/2010, Just when you were lulled into a false sense of security that all Pandigital could do was to display your favorite memories in a digital photo frame, along comes news of its 7″ e-reader that boasts access to Barnes & Noble’s eBookstore,...

iPad And eReader Recliner

05/19/2010, Seems like we aren’t the only ones who like those lazy recliners, as your gadgets sometimes like to kick back and take a breather too. With that in mind, Lapworks has introduced the iPad Recliner. Absurd as it may sound, this device allows you to...

LG Develops 19-inch Flexible Electronic Paper Screen

01/15/2010, Do you find that the Kindle and Nook too techie, and want something similar to your traditional newspaper? Well, LG seems to be working on a display technology that could offer that to you. The company has developed the world’s largest flexible...

Jinke A6 and A9 ereaders

01/13/2010, Ebook readers are the big thing this year apart from HD 3DTVs, and Jinke does not want to get left behind on the bandwagon with their A6 and A9 ebook readers which rely on AUO’s SiPix panels. They’re both vaporware at the moment since there is...

iRiver Story eReader Coming To US In Jan

01/08/2010, iRiver has revealed that its Story eReader will be hitting the US market in late January (which is obviously this month), and a Wi-Fi enabled model will also be coming sometime in the spring. In case you aren’t familiar with it, the Story is 0.36...