Kindle name is dropped from Amazon's family of tablets to strengthen ties to the rest of its burgeoning hardware line.
Plenty of great deals to kick off your week.
San Antonio's BiblioTech, believed to be the first public bookless library in the US, offers computers, Internet access, e-readers, and technology classes.
Expect some incremental improvements to new e-ink e-readers this holiday season, but superslim designs are probably a year or two away.
CNET Senior Editor Donald Bell answers your questions about the Amazon Kindle Fire tablet.
If you've ever wondered which tech gets the most eyes on our site, wonder no more. These are the gadgets and software you, our readers, have been checking out the most on CNET over the last four weeks.
In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon advises readers looking for inexpensive smartphone plans to consider prepaid services that use bigger carriers' nationwide 3G networks.
A first-time iPhone customer wants to know if she should buy a used iPhone now or wait until the fall for the new version of the device. CNET's Marguerite Reardon offers some advice.
Why don't consumers use home displays like TVs, PCs, and tablets more often to follow information such as weather, sports and social-media updates? The NPD Group's Ross Rubin has some theories.
CNET Senior Editor Donald Bell offers his take on Velocity Micro's range of Cruz tablets and e-book readers.