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Ebook Readers Make Reading Easier For People With Dyslexia
The ability to customize how words appear on the page is a boon to dyslexic readers.
Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Review: Read Books, At Night
Ha ha ha! No need for that stupid sun anymore: the new Kindle is illuminated with a front-lit screen.
5 Reasons Why The Kindle’s Touchscreen Is Worse Than Buttons
The newest Kindle is great! But touchscreens on ebook readers have serious problems. Not everything has to be a touchscreen, okay?
Amazon’s New Kindles Include Tablets, Insanely Cheap Prices
Amazon presented its new Kindle lineup in Los Angeles today, and there are a whole bunch of new rectangles for … Continued
Hands-On: Barnes & Noble’s Nook Simple Touch With GlowLight, Uh, Glows, With Light
Today, Barnes & Noble announced a new upgrade to the (pretty excellent) Nook Simple Touch ebook reader: illumination. The Simple … Continued
Amazon Kindle Touch Review: Should You Touch Your Books?
It's got 3G and a touchscreen, but are those worth the price bump over the stocking-stuffer $80 Kindle?
First Impressions: Barnes & Noble’s New Nook Tablet and SimpleTouch Ebook Reader
Today at an event in New York, Barnes & Noble’s CEO showed off the company’s new tablet: the Nook Tablet. … Continued
Amazon Lets Kindle Owners Borrow One Free Book Per Month at the Lending Library
Amazon announced yet another perk for those who’ve taken the plunge into Amazon Prime today: The Kindle Owner’s Lending Library. … Continued
$80 Kindle Review: Worth the Price and Then Some
The cheapest Kindle ever delivers a satisfying reading experience
First Impressions: Amazon’s Kindle Fire Tablet and Cheaper, Smaller, Touch-Based Kindles
Today at an event in New York City (which we live-tweeted–check out @PopSci for more), Amazon announced its new family … Continued