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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...
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...
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....
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....
$80 Kindle Review: Worth the Price and Then Some
The cheapest Kindle ever delivers a satisfying reading experience