In The News 02-21-0214 – Microsoft says help your friends switch from XP, Windows looks to challenge Kindle and the most dangerous malware ever. Continue reading
Amazon’s is launching a new generation of Kindles. We take a look at the features offered in the Kindle HDX. Continue reading
Amazon is offering customers who have purchased print editions of books on their website the chance to purchase e-editions of those books at a substantial discount, even free in some cases. Continue reading
Barnes and Noble has reversed an earlier decision to stop designing Nook tablets. The company had said it planned to use a third-party company to manufacture the tablets under the Nook name, but in an earnings report, they were singing a different tune. Continue reading
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
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