Amazon is at the top of the tree in terms of e-ink based readers. With the Kindle devices now in their sixth generation...
Dec 22 2013, 7:11pm CST
According to TechCrunch, Amazon is already working on a new Kindle Paperwhite that will feature a 300ppi screen. If true, then Amazon will level up the playing field with rival e-reader manufacturer, Kobo.
Nov 24 2013, 10:47pm CST
Source: Canadian Business Online
Amazon is the latest — and largest — company to offer unlimited e-books for a monthly fee. Here’s how Kindle Unlimited, which Amazon announced Friday, compares with rivals Scribd and Oyster.
PRICE: Kindle costs $9.99 a month, while Oyster costs $9.95 and Scribd $8.99. All three offer the first month free.
SELECTION: Kindle has the largest number of titles, with more than 600,000, compared with Oyster’s 500,000 and Scribd’s 400,000. However, only Oyste ...
Full article at: Canadian Business Online
5 days ago, 7:01pm 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
Source: Business Insider
What if your Fitbit or FuelBand were more like a slap bracelet? Many electronic components are already small enough to make this achievable, but batteries historically make it downright impossible. They take up the largest spaces within our devices today and are completely inflexible. Enter James Tour of Rice University. Along with his colleagues, he's developed an electrochemical capacitor that's thinner than paper, bendable, and capable of sto ...
Full article at: Business Insider
May 27 2014, 5:14pm CDT
Amazon has announced a refreshed Kindle Paperwhite today that will, hopefully, enable the giant retailer to garner more...
Sep 3 2013, 9:30pm CDT