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The e-book reader is set to make an appearance at the Consumer Electronics Show, at which time pricing and availability will be announced.
The upcoming gadget, likely to be formally introduced next week, reportedly has an e-ink display, multitouch color display, and a built-in light, per Gizmodo.
E-book reader from LG Display taps solar power to recharge in four to five hours, yielding an additional day's worth of reading time.
E-readers are just entering the Australian market, and plenty of people are interested. But what should you know before you start buying digital books and e-readers? We explain the basics.
The bookseller is readying a Google Android-powered device that is expected to compete with Amazon's Kindle, according to various reports.
Sony announced that it's re-launching its Publisher Portal and has partnered with two self-publishing companies, Author Solutions and Smashwords, to bring independent titles to the Sony eBook Store.
E-book prices can be a little outrageous, but Fictionwise is helping to soften the blow by giving you a full refund (in your special debit account) on all New York Times bestsellers.
This story initially miscast the current controversy over Google Books.
Those crazy enough to want to read books online have several good site options, ranging from Google Books to Project Gutenberg. Here's an overview.
One of the early e-book reader pioneers, Irex, has taken the wraps off its $399 DR800SG, which features an 8.1-inch screen and 3G wireless connectivity from Verizon. It will be marketed through a partnership with Best Buy.