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Thursday, 26 September 2013 21:44

Meet the Revamped Kindle Fire family

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Amazon has officially unveiled three new models of their tablet, 7- inch Kindle Fire HD, Kindle Fire HDX 7 and Kindle Fire HDX 8.9. All models have a new design for 2013, and prices vary from $139 for a basic 7-inch Kindlea Fire HD model with 8 GB of memory and support for WiFi , up to $ 579 for the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 with 64 GB of memory and support for LTE mobile network.

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Tuesday, 26 March 2013 06:52

Samsung’s Liquavista on sale

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Samsung could sell their company Liquavista, specialized in the development of e-ink color screen. Samsung acquired the company back in January 2011, and the same company develops special technology for color screen (electrowetting) intended primarily for e-book readers.

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In today's increasingly mobile environment, many students, particularly those in college, are no longer tolerating being weighed down by their textbooks. Instead, they are turning to eBooks, and accessing their texts from a myriad of devices, like their laptops, tablets, or smartphones. Two of the more popular multi platform eBook brandss are VitalSource and CourseSmart. Lets take a quick look at the main points of what each has to offer.

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Thursday, 04 October 2012 06:09

Kindle Paperwhite goes beyond expectations

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It looks like Amazon was pesimistic about the Paperwhite launch as the preorders have exceeded their expectations by quite a lot.  It doesnt make much sense if you consider that it's predcessor the Kindle eReader was the most sold item from the Kindle family and you can only expect better results if you bring a decent upgrade like the Paperwhite. Amazon started to ship the devices yesterday and if you try to buy it now, the Paperwhite could be yours after a 4 to 6 week delay due to high demand. There is also a limit of two devices per customer.

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