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Custom PC has released a new eBook about the science of computing.
We summarise the two new Kindle eReaders and the Kindle Fire Tablet launched yesterday.
Waterstone’s has revealed plans to develop and sell a rival to Amazon’s Kindle eBook reader.
A large order for touchscreens implies that Amazon may be extending its range of handheld devices.
Sales of printed books decline as eBook sales double in one year.
Books are replaced on average after 26 loans, claims HarperCollins.
Microsoft has released an e-book called "Own Your Space" to teach teens 'net safety.
Amazon has announced the summer availability of a Kindle e-book reader package for Android.
Is Apple making a smaller iPad? Will it be the best eBook reader ever? Will the Apple rumours ever end?
We take a look at this pocket sized eReader, which weighs in at just 150g. It has support for plenty of different formats, including ePub, but its cheap construction and high price made us think twice.
Asus has released images of its up-coming DR-950 eReader device, and it's looking gorgeous - although the 'in-the-wild' shots appear to be of a non-functional prototype.
Wily hackers have worked out how to root the Barnes & Noble Nook ebook reader, allowing third-party Android applications to run on the device - including a full web browser.
Retailing behemoth Amazon announced that its Kindle eBook reader is its best selling product.
Amazon's large-format Kindle DX e-book reader - touted as a replacement for printed textbooks - is getting a beating in trials across the US for lack of accessibility.
Google is looking to launch an e-book store which will see it competing with Amazon - although it plans to quell discontent with a profit-share offering for existing sellers.
Targeting a currently under-served market, a team of designers has come up with a concept for a Braille ebook reader device - a Kindle for the blind.
Amazon expands its Kindle Ebook program beyond its own hardware with a reader app for the iPhone and iPod Touch. Unfortunately, like the Kindle, it's currently US only.
Amazon's latest incarnation of its Kindle ebook reader introduces text-to-speech capabilities - but at least one publisher is claiming it violates copyright law.