E-ink device will feature a 6.8-inch screen that offers the "highest-resolution display available in an e-reader today."
Looking for an e-book reader? You have more choices than ever before--though the number of models we at CNET can enthusiastically recommend is actually pretty short.
As part of the bookseller's Discovery Weekend, you'll be able to pick up its Nook-branded Samsung tablets for $50 or $100 less.
The new 10.1-inch device launches with an introductory price of $300 and includes over $200 in Nook content.
If you want more than a simple e-reader, check out these bookworm-friendly slates.
Question in book seller's survey asks customers about digital reading devices and whether they plan to buy one of Apple's "iPad" large screen devices. Hmmm.
eBay's Australian mobile team shared some interesting figures with us recently, prompting us to wonder how our readers use the service, if at all.
The NPD Group's Ben Arnold makes a case for connected TV platforms, adding more screens instead of more services.
With ultraaffordable e-ink readers, midprice color tablets like the Nexus 7, iPad Mini, and Kindle Fire HD, and even the more expensive iPads all vying for your e-book dollar, what's the best choice for you? It depends.
Readers see practicality in the Netbook and possibilities in the iPad. Bere's a breakout of some of the better arguments they made, in favor of each device type.
The touch-screen tablet goes on sale Saturday morning. For those thinking about buying one, here are some details for the first sales day and beyond.