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Waterproof E-reader can be used while in the bath

The company Kobo, based in Canada, says that they are selling the world's first premium "E Ink e-reader" designed to be waterproof for up to 30 minutes in about three feet of water.

Ambassador takes her oath of office on a tablet

Washington - The ambassador to Switzerland, who started her job on Monday, took her oath of office on an e-reader. Long an advocate to technology and education, this event is the culmination of a long and illustrious career.

FCC grants waiver of accessibility rules to e-readers

Chicago - Devices to read electronic books have been a new way to consume information or enjoy a vast fantasy novel but to the blind and visually impaired they have been inaccessible, with few improvements.

Why American children read little on e-readers, tablets

Washington - Two-thirds of young children in the United States now have access to an e-reader or tablet, but only half of them actually use the device to read, a research institute said in a study published Friday.

Privacy campaign started against Google Glass

A group called "Stop the Cyborgs" have launched a campaign against Google Glass and other augmented reality gadgets. The campaign is based upon a 'loss of privacy'.

Review: Reading in the glow Special

The Kobo Glo is a great eReader and a great way to pack a lot of books for a week of reading in the dark — or in the bright tropical sun

Amazon launches Kindle ebook store in China

Amazon has operated in China for quite some time now and they are finally entering the ebook market with a mixture of paid and free ebooks with a cost range of $0 to $7 USD.

Op-Ed: Apple Losing Market Share With iPhone 5 and iPad Mini Launch

Despite the tension and amazement generated during the latest two Apple launches, consumers are quick to realize and lose interest in what Apple has to offer.

'The Casual Vacancy' eBook fails to work

EBook copies of the new J.K. Rowling novel have failed to work in the U.S. due to a technical glitch, leaving thousands of disappointed consumers.

New Kindle Fire about to be launched

This week Amazon will launch two new models of its popular tablet computer / e-reader Kindle Fire. Tech rumors indicate that the devices will have a radical new design.

Op-Ed: Do you have it in technologically coded format?

Is the e-reader revolution set to kill our old friend the paper book? Technological imperialism must be stopped before it's too late.

Op-Ed: Reading in the age of electronic content

Toronto - A plethora of e-readers and numerous applications to explore electronic reading content may revolutionize the way in which we think about that oldest source of knowledge - the book. But then again - it might not.

Google enters eReader market with iriver Story

Tech giant Google has released their first eReader and will match the prices of both the Amazon Kindle and Nook Simple Touch Reader at a major retailer.

Op-Ed: Kobo eReader is simple, affordable but no touchscreen Special

Kobo, the latest eReader to compete against the Kindle, nook and Sony Reader, launches April 30 in Canada at an affordable $150. Read DigitalJournal.com's review to find out why next-gen bookworms might clamour to this eReader.

Barnes & Noble Releases Info about New Nook eReader

Barnes & Noble has just released details about its addition to the growing digital reader market. Their e-reader, named Nook, is designed to compete directly with the Amazon Kindle and Sony Reader. It is set to debut in late November.
 

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Kobo has launched its lineup of four e-readers
Kobo has launched its lineup of four e-readers
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Managing editor David Silverberg holding the Kobo eReader  displaying eInk technology. - Via iPhone ...
Managing editor David Silverberg holding the Kobo eReader, displaying eInk technology. - Via iPhone 3Gs
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Lack of demand dictated Sony s withdrawal from the e-reader market  spurred on by strong competition
Lack of demand dictated Sony's withdrawal from the e-reader market, spurred on by strong competition
Julie Jenson Bennett
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Amazon s Kindle Paperwhite e-Reader
Amazon's Kindle Paperwhite e-Reader
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The Kobo eReader  available April 30 in Canada. It costs $150
The Kobo eReader, available April 30 in Canada. It costs $150
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