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  • July 8, 2010
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from jkOnTheRun by Kevin C. Tofel Borders today launched both an electronic book store and two handset clients

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  • June 29, 2010
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Via Mashable Starting right now, Android owners can download a free Kindle app for reading e-books on their devices. With the newest class of 4.3-inch-screen Androids about to flood the market, we couldn

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  • June 19, 2010
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via MediaBistro Kobo’s eReading service is now available on Android-enabled smartphones. Android users can login to an existing Kobo account and download the eBooks they’ve already purchased to their Android-enabled device. A reader’s library and bookmarks are automatically synced across all the applications they use for Kobo. The new Kobo app will compete with the…

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  • May 25, 2010
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Via Engadget by Darren Murph Pandigital’s best known for its hard, hard work in the game-changing digital photo frame world, but the company’s feeling a bit froggy of late. It’s latest leap is into the burgeoning e-reader market, and unlike those from Barnes & Noble and Amazon, this one’s sporting a 7-inch LCD — you…

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  • May 18, 2010
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via CrunchBase Easily one of my favorite apps for the iPad is the Kindle app. Weird, I know. But in some ways it’s superior to the iPad’s own iBooks experience. You can sync it across multiple devices, for example. And this Summer, that will also include Android phones. And there’s a nice big bonus for…

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  • April 13, 2010
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via TeleRead by Chris Meadows Back in December, David Rothman speculated that a tablet might be a good next move for Google. In February, Google showed some conceptual images of what a Google tablet might look like. Now the New York Times reports that a Google tablet is imminent: Eric E. Schmidt, chief executive of…

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  • March 9, 2010
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ARMdevices.net   It's debatable whether the act of reading on a Kindle or the like is actually preferable to perusing something bound and printed on paper, but regardless 1Cross Tech's MIDhybrid helps to bring bring the two experiences closer together. It's an e-reader with an E-Ink screen on the left and a small LCD plus…

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  • March 4, 2010
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It seems that Gigabyte are developing an E Ink (6″ 800×600) e-reader (called EB10) that’s running on the Android OS (or Linux or Win CE 6.0) using a 667Mhz Samsung processor. They want to allow users to install any software on the reader: RSS readers, news aggregators, e-book readers, web browser and more. Check the…

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  • February 19, 2010
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A day after the Kindle app lobbed onto the Blackberry (in the US only – hear the teeth gnashing elsewhere around the world?), it’s time to ask whether Amazon is in danger of apping themselves out of the Kindle hardware business. If that’s their goal, I think they’re heading in the right direction. Let me…