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Kobo eReader looks quite compelling

Kobo, the company that already delivers eBooks on a variety of platforms, including the iPhone, has released their own eReader device. While it's not the most f...
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Whoa! BeBook Neo eReader knows pen input

The more I think about it, the more pen input on a eReader makes sense. They're supposed to function like real books. Pens and pencils are used to mark up real ...
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CES 2010: 14 second with jetBook

Okay, I tried to spend some time with each of the hot eReaders at CES, but there were plenty of others on display, more than I could possibly spend time with. S...
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CES 2010: QUE, the All-Business eReader

The QUE is a stunning eReader. If I had the resources, I'd pick one up today. But if you're on a budget like me, it is so not for you. Price point for the 3G ve...
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CES 2010: Finally met the enTourage eDGe

I'd seen it on the first day. Handled half-functioning units at other booths. But not until my last day (and first full day on the floor) did I get a full demo ...
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CES 2010: eReader orgy

Finishing my first full day on the show floor. One thing I need to get off my mind before I forget is the absurd number of companies making eReaders. Had to nar...
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First nooks reaching customers

A tipster and commentors at Engadget are reporting their pre-orders for the Barnes & Noble eReader, nook, are being fulfilled. The initial impressions seem ...
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Time Inc’s Tablet Project

Terry McDonell, the editor of Sports Illustrated, showed TechCrunch and others a demo of Time Inc's "Manhattan Project," a system to bring magazines into the di...
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Intel Reader Introduced

Intel's health group is getting in on the eReader game. While the Kindle, Nook and others try to replicate a natural book reading experience, the Intel Reader i...
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The Nook is Genius

Barnes & Noble, I have to hand it to you. I've been watching eReaders with great interest, not for myself, but for my wife who is an avid dead tree reader (...
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PopSci turns a Tablet PC into an eReader

The magazine known to the kids as PopSci (and to me as Popular Science) has a write-up in their November issue about how to turn an old Tablet PC into a DIY Kin...