• Dual-screen YotaPhone shown off in demo video

    Yesterday we were introduced to the YotaPhone, a new dual-screen handset that has both an HD LCD display on the front and an e-ink display on the back. It’s an intriguing phone that hails from Russia, and today we’re

    December 13, 2012 • Views: 1482

  • YotaPhone specs include a 4.3-inch front and a 4.3-inch rear display

    A short while back we saw an announcement for the popSLATE case, which some here may not have seen given it is an iPhone 5 case. In short, the popSLATE is a case that adds an e-ink display on the back. At the time it sounded like

    December 12, 2012 • Views: 1131

  • Sony Reader PRS-T1 hacked for full Android access

    Like the Nook, Nook Color and Nook Touch before it, yet another Android-based e-reader has fallen to the combined forces of tenacity and free time. Sony’s PRS-T1 came out just last month, and now a YouTube video points to a

    October 14, 2011 • Views: 533

  • RadioShack soon selling Barnes and Noble Nook and Nook Color

    Just when you thought you couldn’t get a Nook at RadioShack, they come up and surprise you by carrying the Nook. They’ve also got the Nook Color, both of these device available very soon in most if not all of their

    September 23, 2011 • Views: 171

  • Kindle ebooks on loan now at 11,000 libraries

    This week the Android-powered Kindle eReader gets a massive bump as Amazon’s library ebook lending scheme is initiated at over 11,000 libraries across the United States. Through this program, libraries will be offering

    September 21, 2011 • Views: 404

  • Amazon Kindle Android Tablet Hands-On Revealed

    It appears that Amazon’s future plans for a brand new line of Android tablets is very real and that tech journalist MG Siegler has gotten his hands on one this week. This device is a 7-inch tablet whose form factor is not

    September 2, 2011 • Views: 613

  • Paper Smartphone using Android?

    One of the cool gadgets shown in the SyFy series Caprica was an interactive piece of paper that would send email, surf the web, and do just about anything else a computer can do. Then the character could fold it up and place it

    May 6, 2011 • Views: 485

  • Sprint Event Hinting at 3D Android Phone?

    Just a few days ago (January 12th to be exact,) we received an invite to a Sprint event to be taking place on February 7, 2011 that promised no less that an “industry first” in wireless, this event to be joined by

    January 17, 2011 • Views: 439

  • BOOX Android eReader Hands-On at CES 2011 from SlashGear

    Behold! One of the only ereaders at the entirety of CES 2011. This is the BOOX M Series eReader, a little-known reader whose unique features (including a low-level Android) might very well give it a chance in a world engrained in

    January 8, 2011 • Views: 361

  • HTC considering E Ink and 3D displays/imaging for future devices?

    HTC could be experimenting with E Ink displays for future devices, together with 3D-capable screens and imaging. A job advert has tipped the company’s interest in alternative panel technologies, calling for a

    November 30, 2010 • Views: 406