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Kindle Touch discontinued, Amazon focuses on Kindle Paperwhite

Kindle Touch discontinued, Amazon focuses on Kindle Paperwhite

By 16 October 2012

With the Kindle Paperwhite making its way to UK shores, Amazon has sneakily discontinued its extremely popular Kindle Touch eBook reader. It's an obvious decision really, considering that the Paperwhite has been listed at exactly the same price points... >>

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (2012) review
5 out of 5

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (2012) review

By 12 October 2012

The biggest issue with the Amazon Kindle and its E-Ink technology is that while it's fantastic for reading on the beach, in broad daylight, or lasting for what seems an eternity on a single charge, try to read it in bed and you'll struggle without some... >>

Amazon: We make no profit from Kindles, only services

Amazon: We make no profit from Kindles, only services

By 12 October 2012

Amazon has admitted that it will make no profit from its Kindle Fire HD and Paperwhite eReader, instead relying on customers buying eBooks and other media files.  The admission comes just a day after Amazon announced its Kindle Paperwhite was heading... >>

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite UK release confirmed, 25 October from £109

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite UK release confirmed, 25 October from £109

By 11 October 2012

Amazon has announced the arrival of the latest in its series of Kindle ebook readers, the Kindle Paperwhite, for the UK following a successful launch in the US. As with the US version, the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite has plenty going for it, but the part... >>

Kindle 6-inch (2012)
5 out of 5

Kindle 6-inch (2012)

By 5 October 2012

No one could really accuse the Kindle of ever having been massively over-priced. For one, there has always been a good range of models, giving users the choice about what they spend and what options they get. But recently, Amazon has made the entry-level... >>

How to buy an Amazon Kindle Paperwhite in the UK

How to buy an Amazon Kindle Paperwhite in the UK

By 4 October 2012

The Kindle Paperwhite is Amazon's latest Kindle and comes with a frontlit screen so you can read it in bed. Fantastic, that's just what we all want. But at the moment Amazon doesn't sell the Kindle Paperwhite in the UK, so just how can you get one? You... >>

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite sold out... next batch not here until November

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite sold out... next batch not here until November

By 4 October 2012

Amazon is reporting delays of four to six weeks for orders placed now for its Kindle Paperwhite eReaders. According to the US Amazon site: “Due to popular demand, orders placed today are expected to ship in four to six weeks. Limited to two per customer.” ... >>

Hands-on: Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight review

Hands-on: Barnes & Noble Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight review

By 26 September 2012

US bookseller Barnes & Noble has finally entered the UK eBook reader market by bringing Nook devices to these shores - and from the playtime we've had with them so far, we're mightily glad. Two products will hit the UK in October, the Nook Simple Touch... >>

Kobo Arc 7-inch Android tablet, now in 16, 32, and 64GB sizes

Kobo Arc 7-inch Android tablet, now in 16, 32, and 64GB sizes

By 20 September 2012

The Kobo Arc is a new 7-inch Android tablet, offering to push Kobo's services to the fore, with the benefits of the Android universe behind it. The new tablet has been customised to integrate the content you like through Tapestries, letting you pin your... >>

Wikipedia adds free eBook export option to site

Wikipedia adds free eBook export option to site

By 18 September 2012

Wikimedia, the company behind Wikipedia, has added a new export option to its site that allows you to save content in EPUB format, essentially enabling off-site reading to be performed on several eBook readers, including Amazon's Kindle devices. The resource... >>