Pocketbook’s 701 Android tablet/ereader has cleared the FCC, and now the company has shared a few details on what differentiates it from the Pandigital Novel. According to a Russian spokesperson for Pocketbook, the PB701
CEATEC 2010 has been running this week over in Japan, and SlashGear Japan have been checking out the latest Android powered hardware for us. Sharp’s Galapagos ereader tablets have been catching our eye since the company
Amazon’s very popular Kindle App for Android has received an update. Bringing many new and much requested features, the Kindle is proving to maintain it’s position as the most popular eReader app on the Market.
Ebooks are becoming more and more popular as we move even further into the all digital age. While many argue the experience of reading an actual physical book is far greater than reading it on a mobile device or Kindle, many
Barnes & Noble’s popular eBook reader application, NOOK, has received some very appreciated updates with it’s third update in seven weeks of being on the platform. Barnes & Noble has been really receptive of user
It’s been a little while since we’ve heard from Velocity Micro. Their Tablet and Reader were a notable topic a few months back, but since then they seemed to just drop off the map entirely. Apparently they were hard
Pandigital didn’t do so well with its first eReader offering having some serious issues. The company is set to come back with a new eReader that will launch next month for $199.99. The eReader will run Android and has some
Barnes & Noble has released its Android ereader app, promising synchronization with existing ebook download libraries and the ability to access the retailers more than one million titles direct from your Android smartphone.
Acer’s 7-inch Android tablet will get a larger sibling device, a 10-inch version, according to notebook sources speaking to DigiTimes. Both units will run Android 2.2 – complete with Adobe Flash support – on
Well, that came out of nowhere. Despite the fact that Samsung announced the Vibrant for T-Mobile, which is coming pre-installed with Kindle Editions, no one assumed that the application itself would just magically appear in the