Sony is rumoured to be planning two new touchscreen ebook readers with thinner chassis and lower prices, to take on Amazon's recent overhaul of the Kindle
The third-generation Amazon Kindle is shipping today, but if you suddenly get a hankering for some eInk goodness you'll have to wait until mid-September, because it's sold out.
Glorified paper shop WHSmith is the latest retailer to offer its own ebook reader, stocking the alliteratively named Samsung Slide eReader E60 alongside the pens and notepads.
A sampling of green-tech news, including the potentially large role for biogas in energy mix; oil riches in the Arctic; and GE's $50 million for clean tech in Abu Dhabi.
Amazon's Kindle is getting an update, shedding its perplexing navigation system and replacing it with a completely new, experimental and totally out-there notion: page numbers.
We cover Amazon's capitulation to another publisher, and Google's book deal comes under assault from the Department of Justice. Jeff Zucker appears to lie to Congress and Sling implies AT&T lied about their app. And the $9.99 eBook is declared dead by Giz
Crave went to Las Vegas and fell in love. But not with a beautiful show girl or a tanned male dancer (steady). We fell for the pale, enduring beauty of Sony's new electronic book, the Reader. It's fab