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Survey: Ebook reading up, print reading declines

More Americans read ebooks in the last year, with 23 percent of those ages 16 and over going digital, compared to 16 percent in the previous survey for the Pew Internet & American Life Project, which released its latest results on ebook readership Thursday.

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2012's most innovative tech gear

Innovative gear in 2012 pushed the envelope, even if gadgets weren't a huge consumer hits.

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Cracking the gadget pricing code: Buy now or wait?

Is now the best time to buy a PC, tablet, camera or TV? Will prices hold steady, or are they primed to plummet? Industry experts weigh in.

Last chapter for e-readers?

Analysts are sounding a proverbial death knell for the devices, which have declined 36 percent in 2012

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Amazon, Barnes & Noble slash Kindle, Nook prices

Amazon and Barnes & Noble are offering new deals on Kindle and Nook devices as we approach the mid-way point of the holiday shopping season.

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Top Black Friday mobile accessory deals

Here are our top Black Friday mobile accessory deals.

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Barnes & Noble hacked, bank-card data stolen

Barnes & Noble revealed Wednesday that PIN pads at 63 of its U.S. stores were compromised in September, in what appears to be a sophisticated criminal effort to steal banking cards information and PIN numbers from customers.

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Google, publishers reach book-scanning settlement

The Association of American Publishers and Google have reached a settlement to end seven years of litigation over the company's book-scanning project.

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Barnes & Noble drops price of Nook with GlowLight e-reader by $20

The Nook with GlowLight, slashed to $119 from $139, is now the same price as the Kindle Paperwhite, which Amazon introduced earlier this month.

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Amazon's Kindle Paperwhite explained in new video

The online retailer introduced the gadget earlier this month, and it has generated strong interest.

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Apple, ebook publishers look to settle EU antitrust dispute

Apple, along with four major ebook publishers, have offered retailers such as Amazon the option to set their own prices for e-books for the next two years in a bid to end an antitrust investigation in the E.U.

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Amazon to allow ads opt-out on Kindle Fire HD for $15 upcharge

Making tablet buyers as happy as possible is a good play considering the competitive landscape, particularly amid the popularity of Apple's iPad.

Amazon's new Kindles: up close

Amazon unleashed a torrent of new Kindles and features Thursday that, coupled with its content, make Amazon a force to be reckoned with--again.