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First Impressions: Amazon Kindle DX (Graphite)

Kindle DX gets a refresh with a dramatically improved E-Ink screen and a color change.

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Amazon Kindle for Android

Kindle for Android provides another way to access and read your purchased Amazon Kindle e-books, but it lacks key features and is awkward to set up.

Kobo eReader Is Value-Priced, but Requires Patience to Use

New e-reader is easy on the wallet, but expect to make compromises on performance and usability.

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iPad Gag Apps Missing: No iFart for iPad?

Are gag apps banned from the iPad? If not, where is iFart, iBeer, or Bubble Wrap for the iPad?

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First Look: Apple iPad

Apple looks set to shake up casual computing with tablet that offers clever design and ease of use. But that streamlined approach may also be the iPad's weakness.

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First Look: Nvidia GeForce GTX 480

Nvidia's first DirectX 11 card is finally here -- we see how it stacks up against the competition

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Aluratek Libre Pro E-Reader: Easy on the Eyes and the Wallet

Budget e-reader delivers clear text and basic functionality in a light, well-presented package.

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First Look: Alex eReader

Innovative, intuitive design distinguishes Spring Design's Android-based e-book reader.

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Slow Navigation Hampers Sony Reader Daily Edition

Sony's new e-reader is optimized for viewing newspapers, but its sluggishness limits its practical value.

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Bookeen's Cybook Opus Wins Featherweight E-Reader Crown

Though it's slightly on the expensive side, the Cybook Opus is a great, highly portable e-book reader for anyone who doesn't care about frills.

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Apple iPad: First Impressions by PCWorld and Macworld

Steve Fox and Jason Snell, editorial directors of PCWorld and Macworld, respectively, give their impressions of Apple's new tablet.

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