It's boxy, but it's good. Mostly.
Although some are excited to finally see Amazon's soon-to-be-superseded B&W Kindle 3 models set for sale from month's end in Big W, Dick Smith and Woolworths, if you already have a tablet, why swindle yourself by spending yet more on outdated Kindle hardware?
With new Kindle models on the way soon, Amazon is clearing out stocks of older models by lowering prices in the US and finally selling them in Australian retail stores. It might be tempting for some, but with new models around the corner, this is one e-book whose cover you should judge carefully.
Phil Yeh's Dinosaurs Across America helps children learn U.S. geography with comics
Free ebook reader for PCs offers organization features, interactive ebooks
Steve Parish Publishing '” an Australian icon recognised as a market leader within the natural history, children's publishing and Australian book markets '” and BrisWare Pty Ltd. today announced the formation of a collaborative partnership to launch a soon-to-be-available range of Australian-made iPad, iPhone and iPod applications and eBooks.
As a tidal wave of digital opportunities floods the Publishing industry, Australian writers & publishers are forced to either move with digital trends or remain on the same path with traditional publishing methods.
Amazon has announced two new Kindle e-book readers at lower-than-ever pricing, with a host of new functionality and clearly aimed at blowing third party e-readers out of the water, but can the Kindle spin spurn the iPad from consumers' minds?
Kogan continues to diversify its range of low-cost consumer electronics. The latest addition is a $189 ebook reader.
Amazon has announced a revised version of the Kindle DX ebook reader featuring an improved display and a lower price.
Amazon will further increase the reach of its Kindle ebook format with the release of a reader for Android.
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