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New Nook colour device planned as Nook sales plummet

New Nook colour device planned as Nook sales plummet

By 26 February 2014

Barnes & Noble's Nook (devices and content) segment saw a decline of 50.4 per cent compared to the same period last year, but there are plans to launch a new Nook colour device in Q1 2015, the company has revealed. Commenting on its Q3 results, Barnes... >>

Amazon Kindle gets a price cut, now only £59

Amazon Kindle gets a price cut, now only £59

By 30 January 2014

Amazon has slashed £10 off the price of the entry-level Amazon Kindle, meaning you can now pick one up for £59. The entry-level model offers a 6-inch E Ink display and buttons across the bottom for navigation. It comes with Wi-Fi to keep you connected... >>

A week in reviews: 16 - 20 December

A week in reviews: 16 - 20 December

By 21 December 2013

Panic! It's the eve of the week before Christmas and there are plenty of stocking fillers to buy. Which is why this week's reviews have varied from toys to cameras and the rather lovely Kindle Paperwhite. So, go on, fill yer boots. We've been playing... >>

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (2013) review
5 out of 5

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (2013) review

By 18 December 2013

The new Amazon Kindle Paperwhite is the latest eBook reader to capture the essence of the Kindle in its best form to date. When it comes to eBook readers, the Kindle has captured the imagination of the public. So much so that we're hearing Kindle used... >>

A week in reviews: 4 - 8 November

A week in reviews: 4 - 8 November

By 9 November 2013

November's headlines are largely going to be owed to gaming. Ahead of PS4 and Xbox One launches we've been shooting the faces off, well, pretty much everybody in Call of Duty: Ghosts on the Playstation 3. It's a game that'll sell boat loads of copies... >>

Kobo Arc 7HD review
4.5 out of 5

Kobo Arc 7HD review

By 8 November 2013

Most of the tablets sold on the high street come bundled with a SIM and subscription these days. Not so the Kobo Arc 7HD. Championed by WHSmith, it’s Wi-Fi only, runs on the Android operating system - as championed by many smartphones and tablets out... >>

E Ink talks Kindle displays, and a flexible approach to smartwatches

E Ink talks Kindle displays, and a flexible approach to smartwatches

By 18 September 2013

Some may think E Ink is a limited format, a poor cousin of the full-colour, all-singing and all-dancing LCD that graces each glossy tablet launch. But for those in the know, E Ink is a wonderful display technology that brings with it a wide range of benefits... >>

Sony Reader PRS-T3 pictures and hands on

Sony Reader PRS-T3 pictures and hands on

By 8 September 2013

Aside from the headline-grabbing launches at IFA 2013, Sony also announced a new Reader model, the PRS-T3. Sony describes the Reader as "slim, light and a pleasure to hold" and we have to say, we agree wholeheartedly. The curved metal back and rounded... >>

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (2013) hands-on: Brighter, whiter, smarter

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (2013) hands-on: Brighter, whiter, smarter

By 4 September 2013

Amazon has announced a new version of the Kindle Paperwhite, its eBook reader that offers an illuminated display. We were big fans of the original 2012 version, but can Amazon go one better in 2013? Yes, it can. The new Kindle Paperwhite has the same... >>

Sony Reader refresh lets you read a whole eBook after just three minutes' charge

Sony Reader refresh lets you read a whole eBook after just three minutes' charge

By 4 September 2013

Sony has announced a new version of its eBook reader that needs only three minutes of charging to have enough juice to read a whole book with. Called Quick Charge, it is one of the new features of the new version of Reader. Other new features include... >>