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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... >>

Amazon Kindle for Mac adds gesture support, we flick through some books

Amazon Kindle for Mac adds gesture support, we flick through some books

By 11 September 2012

Amazon Kindle for Mac has added gesture controls for Lion and Mountain Lion users, so Pocket-lint fired up the app to see whether it makes a difference. The new app hasn't really changed that much although it is also worth noting that if you've got a... >>

BeBook Pure
2.5 out of 5

BeBook Pure

By 10 September 2012

BeBook has been producing ebook readers for several years, offering a more affordable way to get access to a reader device without the premium asking price of some rivals. Much has changed in recent years, with prices dropping as the market becomes more... >>

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite reader arrives to brighten your day, but UK will miss out

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite reader arrives to brighten your day, but UK will miss out

By 6 September 2012

Amazon has pronounced the arrival of the latest in its series of Kindle ebook readers. The Amazon Kindle Paperwhite has plenty going to talk about but the part you’ll want to know about most of all is, yes, it does have a light. This front-lit, not... >>

Amazon Kindle price drop: Now just $69 in the USA, shipping 14 September

Amazon Kindle price drop: Now just $69 in the USA, shipping 14 September

By 6 September 2012

Amazon has reduced the price of it's entry-level Kindle ebook reader to just $69 in the US, following the announcement of a new illuminated ebook reader that has a screen suitable for reading when the lights are out.  US customers keen to get in on... >>

Did Amazon reveal two new tablets during American Football game? (video)

Did Amazon reveal two new tablets during American Football game? (video)

By 6 September 2012

Amazon may have just teased a host of American Football fans with two new devices after the company aired a new commercial during the New York Giants and Dallas Cowboys game. The one-minute long advert appears to give a glimpse at what seems to be a backlit... >>

Kobo Mini puts ereading in your pocket, won't cost a packet

Kobo Mini puts ereading in your pocket, won't cost a packet

By 6 September 2012

The Kobo Mini wants to win a place in your pocket, offering a smaller format ebook reader at an even smaller price. If squeezing 6-inches of ereader into your pocket is just too much, then the Kobo Mini's 5-inches might put a smile on your face, measuring... >>

Kobo Glo lets you e-read in the dark, go where Kindle can't

Kobo Glo lets you e-read in the dark, go where Kindle can't

By 6 September 2012

Kobo has announced a new ebook reader, the Kobo Glo. As the name suggests, it offers display illumination so you'll be able to read in the dark. Called ComfortLight,  the tech offers an adjustable front-light, so you'll be able to read day or night,... >>


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