If you own an eReader or have browsed a website that sells eBooks with any regularity, you’ve seen the offers for free eBooks. Every major book retailer out there understands
Amazon simply loves the new FAA decision which allows for the use of portable electronics during take-off and landing. How much so, you ask? Enough to celebrate by discounting their
Looking for a new alternative to reading books on your Android smartphone or tablet? Consider eReatah, an upstart service which employs a subscription method as opposed to buying individual books.
AT&T today announced that the Amazon Kindle Fire HD 8.9 LTE will be available starting from April 5. Available as standalone for $399, the tablet can be added to one
Barnes & Noble dropped us a line early this morning to let everyone know that their two new Android-powered tablets, the Nook HD and Nook HD+ are ready to roll.
Amazon has an event scheduled for September 6 where it’s widely assumed they will debut the new Kindle Fire. Seeing as how the initial model is completely sold out and
Android phones, tablets, eReaders, apps, and more command no less than 16 listings.
Can Barnes & Noble counter the Kindle Fire with a refreshed Nook Color?
We just published news of the Augen tablet in Kmart Black Friday when we realized that we overlooked a technicality. The PanDigital Novel eReader is also listed in the ad with a $139.99 price tag.
There’s an interesting little read over on All Things D today that says Android tablets and phones will be first to offer a “Hulu for Magazines” service next year.