The famous bookselling superstore, Barnes & Noble is to undergo a business separation soon. It will split its retail section and the Nook e-reader departments into two separate public companies by Q1 2015.
Jun 25 2014, 1:40pm CDT
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The progression of technology can be slow sometimes; but most of the time, this progression depends on what consumers will demand next. There was once a time when books were books until the consumer demanded the e-reader for better and lighter portability and to be more compact and stylish. That’s when e-readers such as the Kindle and Kobo were born.
May 4 2014, 1:45pm CDT
Walt Mossberg / Re/code:
Amazon Fire phone: Dynamic Perspective disappointing, Firefly inconsistent, one carrier a drawback, and new features often frustrating — Can the Amazon Fire Phone Take on iPhone and Samsung? — Ever since Amazon.com got into the hardware business with the fi ...
Full article at: Techmeme
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Sony is bringing its latest e-reader to the U.S. But don't expect too much.
Mar 28 2014, 4:07am CDT
Canadian e-reader company Kobo had a dream. That dream was to ignore commercial convention and ask its most hardcore of users what they would want from their dream e-reader -- a bit like How Would You Chan ...
Full article at: Engadget
2 days ago, 9:53pm CDT
Source: Hamptons Magazine
In honor of Hamptons Magazine's Summer of Giving, our friends at Charitybuzz compiled five fun ways to pass time on your Jitney ride.
1. Download a great music app with the perfect summer playlist to get you in a beach state of mind.
There are plenty of free music apps that let you stream music on the go. You can’t go wrong with Spotify, Songza, Pandora, or Beats Music! Songza curates playlists based on the t ...
Full article at: Hamptons Magazine
6 days ago, 11:00pm CDT
Amazon announced today a software update for its new Kindle Paperwhite. This free software update brings new features like Goodreads Integration, Kindle FreeTime parental locks and Cloud Collections for e-reader owners.
Nov 19 2013, 2:05pm CST
Hayley Tsukayama, Washington PostSeveral subscription book services have come onto the scene claiming to be the Netflix of books — a big claim, to be sure. They promise that, for a flat fee, you can sample and read multiple books on your c ...
Full article at: MyAppleMenu
Jun 27 2014, 10:21pm CDT
Most budding writers are constantly in search of new platforms for their short stories or novellas. Amazon has just done them a favor by launching a commercial publishing platform called Kindle Worlds, where all sorts of fan fiction will get published.
May 22 2013, 11:42am CDT