eReading device maker Kobo has just unveiled a series of devices that aims to give the best reading experience for digital book lovers. Included in this are three new additions to the company's Arc brand of Android tablets.
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 colors
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
Having reviewed the NOOKcolor myself, hands on and clicking, reading and watching videos, all that stuff firsthand, I can tell you that this little pad has some juice to it. But it's locked down. It's a closed system made so that
The fine folks over at ZDnet have decided to tear down completely the NOOKcolor, a device which we've had quite a bit of experience with (see full list of review and hands-on posts with NOOKcolor at the bottom of this post) They
Bookstore Barnes and Noble release today their first big television advertisement for NOOKcolor, a device they're promoting as a device in which they've inserted what they say is "All they know about reading." It's all in there!
Hooray for all you pink paper readers, your Financial Times is finally available on your Android Device. It's a very basic version that works for the time being only in portrait mode (no landscape.) It seems to run pretty
Barnes & Noble ladies and gentlemen get your digital page turning fingers out and strap on your sitting shoes, because there's going to be some excellent additions to your cherished NOOK device come November 2010. Items
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.
If you’re into eReaders this is double the good news for you. Not only has Barnes & Noble introduced a new version of their Android powered Nook but they have lowered the price of their existing models. And to top it all