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Kindle's Article Mode Renders the Web More Readable

If you want to read the Web on your Kindle 3, be sure to use Article Mode for a clear view.

Why E-Books Are Bad for You

By restricting purchases unnecessarily, e-books and e-readers are a bad deal, says free software guru Richard Stallman.

Kindle 3.1 Software Running On Older Kindles Thanks To Custom Firmware

After extensive testing, a modder discovers a method to get Kindle 3.1 software running on older Kindle models.

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Kobo, Nook Newcomers vs. Kindle: Chart

Barnes & Noble and Kobo are getting into the e-reader game with a new breed of touchscreen e-book readers, set for release in June.

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Dirt-Cheap E-Readers: How Low Can They Go?

Analysts say we'll see cheaper e-readers in the very near future, including sub-$100 models from market leaders Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

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Barnes & Noble, Amazon Push Ahead With Dedicated E-Readers

Valued for their lower cost and single-function, e-readers continue to hold a nicheā€¦for now.

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The Ad Game: Amazon's Ad-supported Kindle Helps it Sell More E-readers

Amazon says the $114 ad-supported version of the Kindle e-reader is riding high as its best-selling item in electronics.

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Paper Phone Prototype Uses E-Ink and Flexible Display

At the Computer-Human Interaction conference, a flexible mobile device dubbed the Paper Phone was on display. It uses the e-ink technology found in the Amazon Kindle, and it recognizes 10 unique bends and gestures.

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New Nook E-Reader Expected to Debut May 24

Barnes & Noble may release 'a more powerful combination tablet and e-reader' running Google's Android 3.0 Honeycomb operating system.

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It's Time to Give Digital Rights Management the Boot

Today is the Free Software Foundation's Day Against DRM. Why not use the occasion to choose alternatives wherever you can?