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Archive for the ‘eReaders’ Category



How Can I Read Downloaded Magazines?

Saturday, June 29th, 2013

Charles wants a program that will let him read downloaded magazines. In this article, we check out his options. Continue reading

Betty wants to know if she can read Kindle books on her Nook. I’ll show her how it’s done. Thanks to Barnes and Noble’s decision to add the Google Play Store to the device, it only takes a few minutes to set up. http://imgsrv.worldstart.net/images/ct-images/2013/06/kindleapp2.jpg Continue reading

How you can read both Kindle and Nook e-books on your Android Tablet. Plus a look at how to find thousands of free books. Continue reading

My iPad has stopped allowing me to download updates or purchases – I get a message box that says I cannot connect to the American site I need to reconnect to the Canadian site. How do I do this? Continue reading

Can A Kindle Fire Read Nook eBooks?

Wednesday, June 19th, 2013

Shirley asks: Can a Kindle Fire read Nook ebooks? I haven’t found an answer. Well, you can Shirley – but Amazon won’t make it easy for you. I’ll break down the steps to make it happen… Continue reading

“By adding Google Play to NOOK HD and NOOK HD+, we are offering our customers even more great entertainment on our award-winning tablets,” said William Lynch, chief executive officer of Barnes & Noble. “Now with access to more than 700,000 apps and the best reading experience available, NOOK HD and NOOK HD+ are must-see products for entertainment lovers looking for high-quality tablets at incredibly low prices.” Continue reading

The Overdrive Media Console allows you to download E-books and audiobooks from your local library to read or listen to on your computer or your personal devices. It is free to download and easy to use. Continue reading

iOS – Access Project Gutenberg

Saturday, April 6th, 2013

Project Gutenberg is a repository for hundreds of public domain eBooks, like Alice in Wonderland, works from Mark twain, Shakespeare – and a whole bunch more! Here’s how to get access to free books in iOs Continue reading

Donna from Indiana writes: I am wanting an iPad or iPad mini but can’t find out what are the differences other than size? Answer: Apple’s iPad Mini is a huge hit with consumers, with some websites estimating sales exceeding that of the traditional iPad. To the casual observer the two units would appear to be the same since they… Continue reading

Pay-As-You-Read eBooks

Saturday, February 9th, 2013

Ever start a book and find you didn’t like it very much? Did you wish you could get your money back? A new eBook distributor says they have a better way to buy books. Total Boox plans to use a pay-as-you-read system that only charges customers for as much of the book as they actually read. Continue reading

Researchers at the University of Michigan are using peacock feathers to help them develop a way to bring color to next-generation eReaders. Continue reading

Facebook tried it unsuccessfully with Facebook Credits, but plenty of online games like Farmville make big bucks with virtual currency. Now Amazon is getting into the act with Amazon Coins and they’re launching it with a big giveaway. Continue reading

Imagine a library without a single book on the shelves. The Bexar County Public Library in San Antonio is opening the first paperless public library in the U.S. Continue reading

Getting Printed Copies Of eBooks

Tuesday, November 13th, 2012

Who would of imagined that the two worlds would collide some 20 years later into the eReader and eBook revolution we have today? You can download many popular eBooks at your local public library and buy nearly any text or newsletter in eBook format. Continue reading

This Apple Fell Far From The Tree

Monday, October 29th, 2012

Apple has long been rumored to be developing a smaller version of it’s popular iPad tablet and on October 23rd they announced it to the world. This article covers all the tech specs and information but you may be thinking why did I title this article “This apple fell far from the tree” because the specs list seems pretty good. The reason is simple… Continue reading

New Amazon Kindles and Cheaper Prices

Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

Amazon recently announced a few new Kindle devices, along with a refresh of an existing Kindle model. Amazon’s Kindle has been well reviewed thanks to its vast selection of books available in Kindle format, free owners library for Amazon Prime members and aggressive pricing.

So what’s new? Continue reading

Did you know your local library may be the hot place to borrow a great eBook? Read this article to find out more about the kinds of titles and devices your library may support. Continue reading

Add an Image Folder to Kindle

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012

This article describes how to add and view pictures on a Kindle Keyboard (Kindle 3). Continue reading

Kindle books are now available in over 11,000 public libraries! Here’s a quick look at how you can use your library card instead of your credit card to read a book on your Kindle. Continue reading

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