eReaders

Each year we send up to one million brand new, carefully selected books to libraries in Africa because we believe that books can change lives. What we want to do is to give people the opportunities that books can bring.
Amazon has accidentally leaked its next-generation E-reader. An image of the updated Paperwhite device was posted on its
Amazon has announced it will offer E-books for a lower cost if you buy - or have previously bought - a print version of the
American bookseller Barnes & Noble has decided to spin off its tablet businesses in order to arrest worsening revenue declines
Your next Kindle could have a colour E-ink screen, after Amazon bought a company designed to make exactly that. Liquavista
E-readers are more complicated to buy than actually use. Most of the devices in this class are single-purpose, deliberately
A method has been developed to combine the interactivity of a tablet and a normal piece of paper. Fujitsu has built a prototype
Champagne's out, but eBooks are in after the Office for National Statistics shook up its basket of goods, used to calculate
There is a certain type of person for whom becoming a millionaire would mean ordering the immediate construction of a plain
Amazon will launch a digital library in the UK later this money which will let Kindle owners borrow books for free. The Kindle
Rules about what devices can be used on planes - and when - could be shaken up sooner than you think. Being forced to turn
The Vox eReader is an attempt by kobo to bridge the gap between e-readers and tablets, but there are a few bricks missing in this bridge...
Happy World Book Day - I hope you find a space in your day to curl up with something good to read. But in these days of the read/write web, Kindles, ebooks and social networking, I think it's a good day to celebrate literacy of all kinds.
If there's something that readers universally love about the Kindle, it's the fact you can get so many great books at great prices. What they love more, I assume, is that you can get a lot of good stuff for absolutely nothing too. Nada, zip, etcetera.
It's an exciting time in digital but as a Brit recently returned to these fair shores as well as an independent author, I have been pondering why the uptake of ebooks and e-readers is so behind America and even Australia. Here are my thoughts.
The open-minded reviewer always welcomes an alternative to the Apple iPad. So when the Kobo Vox ereader, a seven inch colour
Take the recent news of Steve Jobs' death; how many of the obituaries were an homage and how many were simply for hits? By removing the immediacy of the internet Carr hopes to retain editorial integrity, they'll only write about the things that they deem important, and they'll write about them in the style that they want to.
The Amazon Kindle creators Jeff Bezos and Gregg Zehr have been named as 2011's winners in the category of consumer-product