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Comixology users say purchases made with Google, Apple now gone [UPDATE]

The move away from Google and Apple purchasing int he Comixology app has ignited a few hurt feelings. Amazon has removed all outside in-app...

Kobo earnings and user base get considerable jump in 2013

If you’re a reader, there’s a good chance you’ve hear of the Kobo. The tablet lineup, which is more eReader than tablet (but still...

Barnes & Noble guts Nook engineering team in response to poor sales

Barnes & Noble’s Nook tablets are among the better tablets around, but they don’t sell. Perhaps it’s their heritage as an eReader dissuading tablet...

Nook division at Barnes & Noble is seeing quite the management shakeup

Perhaps doomed from the start, news now suggests Barnes & Noble’s Nook division is seeing a shakeup. Management has left, with even the CTO...

Reading digitally gains in popularity, but print is still king

When it comes to reading, the choices are increasingly diverse. Print books are still alive and kicking, but eBooks are also popular. Though some...

YotaPhone, the dual screen Android phone, set for release in December

The YotaPhone, an odd experiment at dual-screen compatibility, is finally going to see a launch. Set for December of this year, Russian OEM Yota...

Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 8.9-inch now shipping

Amazon announced the Kindle Fire HDX back in September. At that time we learned this model would be available in a 7-inch and an...

Amazon celebrates FAA gadget ruling with Kindle push

Following a committee recommendation that arrived in September, the FAA officially announced that mobile devices would soon be available for use in "all phases...

Kobo Glo can now run Android

Arduous tinkerers have found a way to somewhat forcibly make the Kobo Glo e-reader run a full Android OS. While it does open up...

Amazon Kindle First brings promise of reading “next month’s new releases today”

Amazon has announced Kindle First today. Kindle First will allow Kindle users to download and read an ebook up to a month ahead of...

FAA approves mobile device use for “all phases of flight”

Back in September the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) committee recommended allowing the use of gadgets during takeoff and landing. Given the committee recommendation, it...

Amazon “Day One” weekly magazine launches

In a world where we crave the quick read, Amazon is going another way. With their new weekly reader Day One, Amazon intends to...

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