Tag Archives: E-Readers

Bookbags Getting Lighter

Textbooks are closer to becoming a serious presence in the book app market than ever before. Students make up a large percentage of the iOS audience as younger consumers flock around devices that offer new ways to consume media. Students … Continue reading

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Google Has a Serious Page Turner: Story HD

The media and content tycoons at Google have announced the release of their own e-reader that will be available this Sunday for $140.00–a price that compares to the Kindle. They teamed up with product manufacturer, Iriver, assembling the Story HD. … Continue reading

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Kindle: New Battle-Plan for the Holidays

There are many months until X-mas, but Santa already appears to be rooting for Amazon this holiday season. Although a risky gambit, he rarely leaves things purely to chance, so he’s making sure that the odds are looking pretty stacked in … Continue reading

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Nook Goes Touch Screen

Barnes & Noble just announced the newest Nook, a watered-down version of the Nook Color, which will replace the first generation Nook (Wi-Fi) and the second generation (Wi-Fi + 3G). Why might people get excited about this simplified version of … Continue reading

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Kobo: How It Compares

The Kobo Wireless eReader is one of the newest eBook readers in the market. With so many eReaders and eBook online platforms out there (Amazon’s Kindle, Barnes & Noble’s Nook and the [oops, we’re sorry about the Playstation Network] Sony … Continue reading

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