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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...

iPubsoft removes DRM from your ebooks

07/29/2011, Digital rights management (DRM) was one of the methods introduced in order to help combat the piracy of digital media, such as ebooks and MP3s. Unfortunately DRM also limits how you go about sharing your files, which can be troublesome if you were hoping...

Kindlegraph looks to introduce ebook signing

07/22/2011, For those of us with favorite authors and books, attending a book signing is one of those rare opportunities where you get to meet your favorite author and tell them how much you love their work, and ask questions such as where did they get their...

Amazon launches Kindle Textbook Rental services

07/18/2011, College and University graduates will probably be really jealous to hear that Amazon has launched a textbook rental service, where electronic versions of textbooks can be rented from Amazon’s Kindle Store, a service which was launched today.

A vending machine that can dispense ebooks

07/18/2011, There seems to be a vending machine for just about everything nowadays. From a vending machine that dispenses wedding rings, to another that dispenses USB cables to LCD displays, to more practical vending machines such as the one by the Red Cross that...

AT&T discounts Amazon Kindle 3G with Special Offers

07/13/2011, For those of you who’ve been holding out on getting the Amazon Kindle 3G with Special Offers, your patience has been rewarded. Amazon has just announced that the Kindle 3G with Special Offers has just been given a pretty good price reduction, thanks...

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.

J K Rowling And Sony Bring Harry Potter Books Online

06/23/2011, A couple of days ago a mysterious “Pottermore” website by J K Rowling was floating about the internet and for some reason the rumors and speculation around it led to a lot of people believing that we would be seeing a Harry Potter smartphone,...

Amazon Kindle overrun with spam books

06/17/2011, If you’re an author who self-published a book on Amazon’s Kindle book store, and you’re wondering why nobody seems to be buying your books – it’s not because your book is unpopular. Chances are, it’s been buried in...

Samsung to build Amazon’s Android tablet?

04/22/2011, As we all know, of late, Amazon has been slowly making its way into Google’s territory, by offering all sorts of services on the Android operating system. The company launched the Amazon Appstore for Android not too long ago, giving Android users an...

Kindle now officially tailored for Android tablets

04/21/2011, Amazon has just announced an update for the Kindle app that will optimize the app when running it on Android 3.0 (Honeycomb) tablets. The app now takes full advantage of the larger screens found on tablets as opposed to the previous app that was designed...

Amazon.de launches the German Kindle Store

04/21/2011, Amazon.de has just announced the launch of the German Kindle Store. With over 650,000 titles, 71 of 100 Spiegel bestsellers and over 25,000 German-language titles with thousands of German classics downloadable for free only on Kindle, it is the...

Amazon Wi-Fi Kindle cheaper at $114 but comes with ads

04/11/2011, There is alwas a price to pay for everything in life, that is one inescapable fact for sure. Same goes for the Amazon Wi-Fi Kindle that has seen its price drop to just $114, although the caveat is that it will come with special offers and sponsored...

Amazon asks iOS developers to bring apps over to Kindle

03/28/2011, It looks like Amazon really wants to get in on the whole app business. After launching their own Android app store, the online mega-store has been reported to have sent invitations to third party developers to port their apps over to Kindle. The creators...