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It's all go in the world of ebooks: there's a new wireless BeBook, Amazon has caved in to the American Authors' Guild, and magazine powerhouse Hearst is looking to make its own reader
The "Bebook" is a me-too from the Netherlands.
Chinese e-reader manufacturer Onyx has an E Ink smartphone under development for the Android platform.
Model with 6-inch screen and Wi-Fi reportedly will come in under $200.
Oxford University Press bigwig Evan Schnittman has predicted that ebooks will never take off -- because if they did, the publishing industry would be screwed
E-readers are seeing a real boost in the Australian marketplace; however, many Australians are still wary to adopt this unfamiliar technology. Here we answer some common questions to help demystify the e-reading experience.
The PlayStation Network hackathon and Android security hole in the news this week have us pondering the worst tech disasters of all time, from the red ring of death to antennagate.
Buying an e-reader? Great! Here are some shopping tips and features to keep an eye out for.
Rumour 'as it, the Samsung Papyrus ebook reader will be heading to the UK soon. It's a colourful and decently priced touchscreen model for all your ereading needs
Don't worry — there are a few genuinely new products on the Australian market this year, even if you're shopping for a gadget lover who is quick on the early adoption front. Here are some gift ideas for new products that they probably won't already own.