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.
Today is the Free Software Foundation's Day Against DRM. Why not use the occasion to choose alternatives wherever you can?
Learn how to send Web pages to your Kindle device or app, watch Amazon videos on a Windows Media Center PC, and get a sneak peak at Amazon Gold Box deals.
Barnes & Noble's Nook Color gets a software update that makes it more attractive than the Kindle.
Free bookmarklet Kindlebility lets you take the Web to go, so to speak. It works with any Web browser--and any Kindle, of course.
Amazon said Wednesday that its popular Kindle e-reader will allow customers to borrow Kindle books from more than 11,000 U.S. libraries starting later this year.