Google’s been hard at work getting their Play Store content to more and more locations around the world. While this isn’t as easy as it sounds today they’ve announced one more to receive the gift of books.
If you’re reading this and you’re an avid e-book reader, odds are overwhelming that you use either the Kindle or Nook apps to do so on your Android device. But also-ran Kobo is making a case for itself with the
Barnes and Noble are back with another e-reader for the world to enjoy. Many might now know this, but even the black and white e-readers run on Android. There are multiple hacks and tweaks available but today we have a brand new
The Nook Simple Touch doesn’t get enough love – it’s a portable, long-lasting touch sensitive e-reader for a hundred bucks. Oh, and it runs Android, with an active community of ROMs and mods behind it.
By all accounts, traditional comic book stores are doing even worse than bookstores in the digital age ,which is to say, not very well at all. But a new initiative by comic giant Marvel aims to breathe some life into retail
7-inch Android devices that blur the lines between a “color e-reader” and “budget tablet” are all the rage here in the US, bud purpose-built models are a bit thin on the ground elsewhere. Toshiba aims to
While Honeycomb and Ice Cream Sandwich tablets are becoming more common (about time, too) there’s still a market for cheap tablets, most of which run Gingerbread. The Kindle Fire and Nook Tablet testify to that. Small
Its been another great week of news here at Android Community, so let me sort out some of the high points for you. Most important to many, our sister site SlashGear had taken the time to extensively review both the Samsung Galaxy
Qualcomm has yet to announce and plans or products for its mirasol display e-readers other than the Kyobo eReader that was just launched this week in South Korea. We haven’t been able to enjoy this new screen technology yet
Kyobo Book Centre has unveiled the world’s first eReader based on the new mirasol display technology by Qualcomm. This color e-paper display technology will allow for an enhanced reading experience as well as offer bright