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Marvell and E-Ink offer e-reader chip

Marvell and E-Ink offer e-reader chip

By 3 November 2009

Marvell and E-Ink have joined forces to create a system-on-a-chip that's designed for use in E-reader devices. It should mean that new devices are able to be rolled out increasingly quickly from any manufacturer that wants to hook it up to a screen, add... >>

iRex forms content deals

iRex forms content deals

By 19 October 2009

iRex has announced that it has formed a couple of content partnerships that'll give owners of its devices something to read. The e-reader manufacturer, which recently launched the DR800SG to generally favourable reviews, has formed deals with NewspaperDirect... >>

Eee Reader in "final development stages"

Eee Reader in "final development stages"

By 16 September 2009

Keeping the Asus-will-launch-Eee-Reader rumours alive, Taiwanese industry news site DigiTimes has Asus' big cheese on record saying the e-book reading device is in the "final development stages". In a wider piece about Asus' laptop and netbook business... >>

Readius saved as Polymer Vision bought out

Readius saved as Polymer Vision bought out

By 8 September 2009

Although it's more of a report than an official release at this stage, it seems the Readius e-paper mobile phone's future is now assured. Polymer Vision, the company behind the phone's futuristic design, was been closed down by its Dutch parent company... >>

E-book reader owners in UK happy with hardware

E-book reader owners in UK happy with hardware

By 7 September 2009

UK users have given e-book readers the thumbs up in a recent YouGov survey, but are dissatisfied with the current content available. The new research, "The E-Reader Experience", reveals that clarity of screen, physical size and weight and build quality... >>


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