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Promising IPX8 water resistance with a 7-inch, 300dpi Paperwhite display that proffers "the latest e-ink technology, and colour adjustable front light", the all-new thin and light Kindle Oasis is no mirage in the desert!

Published in Home Tech

Toronto company Kobo has released the latest iteration of its e-reader, the Kobo Aura H2O Edition 2, in Australia and New Zealand.

Published in Home Tech
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The Kobo Aura H2O waterproof eReader is now available in Australia and New Zealand.

Published in Mobility

2014’s not over yet, but Kobo has gone all-in with its inaugural 2014 Book Report and eReading trends from its ebooks, ebook readers and bookstore with 4.2 million titles. 

Published in Entertainment

The world’s first ‘premium waterproof e-ink e-book reader’ has been announced today in late November but won’t make a splash in the Aussie marketplace until the 5 February 2015.

Published in Entertainment
Friday, 18 October 2013 09:51

Kindle Paperwhite makes down under debut

Amazon has announced that its hugely popular Kindle Paperwhite e-reader is now available down under at Dick Smith and Big W stores.

Published in Home Tech
Tuesday, 30 July 2013 13:54

Kobo now etailing to Aussies

Kobo's range of ereaders is now available to Australian customers via the company's web site.

Published in Entertainment
Friday, 07 September 2012 09:19

Amazon updates Kindle software feature set

Amazon's latest announcements aren't just about new devices - new functions have also been implemented for the Kindle family.

Published in Entertainment
Friday, 07 September 2012 08:28

Amazon goes hi-def with the Kindle Fire HD

When Amazon announced that its Kindle Fire had sold out, a lot of people assumed a replacement model must be close at hand. The arrival of the Kindle Fire HD - along with the Kindle Paperwhite - proved them right.

Published in Mobility
Friday, 03 December 2010 14:34

iPad, therefore I Kindle kill?

In a survey of 2812 US consumers, ChangeWave research has discovered that the 'iPad's share of the overall market has doubled' since ChangeWave's last survey 'of e-Reader owners', and while Amazon's Kindle is still in the lead, the iPad is very quickly iCatching up!

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 03 November 2010 16:45

Apple unlocks Australian iBookstore at last!

After months of delay, Apple has finally secured deals with 'major and independent publishers' to bring thousands of existing titles and new books arriving on a regular basis to Australian iDevice users who have easy and legal access to more than just the out-of-copyright classics. Read on!

Published in Entertainment

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.

Friday, 05 February 2010 09:18

Amazon gearing up to compete with iPad?

Amazon has reportedly acquired a touchscreen developer whose technology is cheaper and in some ways better than that used in the iPad. Is this the harbinger of a future multitouch Kindle?

Published in Mobility
In a couple of blog posts, people at Adobe have launched a sort of pre-emptive strike against the iPad and its iBook Store, criticizing Apple for not supporting Flash and claiming that its iBooks will only work on the iPad.
Published in Mobility
Tech analyst company Ovum has weighed in the future of Apples new tech gamble, the iPad.  The focus of the companies analysis is on the iPad's abilities as an e-reader and what that might mean for the industry.
Published in Home Tech
Friday, 29 January 2010 09:56

Is the iPad for you?

Who exactly is Apple thinking will be attracted to the new iPad device?  Some believe the device will revolutionise portable computing, others are less impressed.
Published in Radioactive IT
Thursday, 21 January 2010 03:41

Amazon bumps Kindle royalty rate

Amazon has announced a new royalty structure for authors using the company's Kindle Digital Text Platform to publish their books. The new rate matches the terms Apple is reportedly ready to offer book publishers.

Published in Mobility
Friday, 08 January 2010 04:04

Kindle DX goes global, Alex gets a price

The larger version of Amazon's Kindle e-reader is now available for order from more than a hundred countries around the world. And a price and on-sale date has been announced for the dual-screen competitor Alex.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 06 January 2010 09:16

Claim new technologies will boost eBook market

Adelaide-based eBook device designer, Mike Ottoy of Ubiq Technologies, claims 2010 will see accelerated growth in the worldwide eBook market, with the release of a new wave of flexible and affordable devices and multi-purpose technologies boosting consumer sales.

Published in Market
Wednesday, 06 January 2010 04:32

Alex e-reader to feature Google Books

Spring Design announced an agreement with Google that will make the more than one million Google Books accesible via the dual-screen Alex e-reader.

Published in Mobility
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