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  • December 17, 2009
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eBookSample: The arrival of the Kindle had made e-books much more visible on the Australian landscape, and local retailers are planning a bigger push on marketing e-books next year. But if you

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  • December 17, 2009
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It may be the world’s last Kindle review, but I’ve lumped in a review of the international (read: Australian) Kindle iPhone app, just to make it look like I’m not asleep at the wheel here. (Hey – I’ve actually been reading ebooks). Verdict: Both are easy to use and together they’re a… ahem, killer kombination.

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  • December 15, 2009
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OK, so the attraction of Barnes and Noble’s dual screen Nook seems strong. I mean, Android, a colour touchscreen, web browsing and e-ink reading sounds like the business. I was keen, and I have a Kindle, which I’m really happy with (when I can prise it out of my wife’s hands). Yep, the Nook promised…

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  • December 12, 2009
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This week Amazon.com announced that the Kindle will support a super size font, taking the number of fonts available to seven from the standard six fonts from mid 2010. This seventh font size will be twice the height and width of the current largest font on the current Kindle. For those with a learning disability,…

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  • October 30, 2009
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We all know that reading ebooks in Australia is a battle for content. We can buy any printed book we like from Amazon.com, but ebooks are a different story (for no good reason). Here’s how to buy from some US sites: 1. Sign up for an account at your vendor of choice if you don’t…