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Kobo unveiled its hand earlier this week, and now its biggest competitor, Amazon, is doing the same, updating the Kindle range with several new Kindle units, though only one will come to Australia for the moment.
One of the biggest competitors to Amazon's Kindle electronic book reader has just pulled the covers from three new products, heading to Australian stores shortly and offering anyone with at least a hundred bucks an eBook reader in a nifty paperback size.
One of the things we hear people ask is why ebook readers don't function like an iPad or Android and why can't you flick the screen with your fingers like on tablets? Well, a new eReader coming to Australia will allow just that.
Amazon's latest Kindle has arrived, much smaller than the one we remember. The new Kindle weighs only 170 grams - lighter than most books - and features the same 6 inch e-ink screen seen on previous models.
With today’s launch of Apple’s iPad, Amazon’s Kindle e-book has some serious competition. iBook, which will draw in thousands of titles from 5 major publishers,
So you’ve been waiting for the next generation e-book reader, the Kindle DX? A bigger and better model than its predecessor, it promises a 9.7
Amazon’s Kindle for iPhone app is now available free on the Apple App Store for your download pleasure. Released in more than 60 countries, the
Kindle, Amazon’s e-book reader, which resembles an oversized third-generation iPod Nano, is now available for customers outside the US. This is really good news for