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What $300 or Less Buys in a Tablet

Some tablets under $300 may sacrifice features, but are good for basic activities like web browsing, video playback and casual gaming.

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Best E-Readers for Students

Why limit your reading to physical textbooks or a PC? Consider one of these e-readers for the upcoming school year.

The E-Readers of Summer: An Overview

You don't have to do all of your reading on a physical book or on a PC. Here's a look at the latest e-reader models.

Best E-Readers

Not all of your reading has to be done with a physical textbook or on a PC.

Swap Kindle and Nook E-Books at eBookFling

This nifty service matches you up (anonymously) with other readers willing to lend their e-books.

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Android Lovers: Don't Overlook the Nook

Here are six reasons why the Nook Color e-reader is the best Android tablet you can buy today….and three features that could make it even better.

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How Kindle Can Still Beat Nook

Advice for Amazon on its e-book strategy -- and these changes will please customers.

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The New Nook has a Secret Web Browser

The web browser on Barnes and Noble’s latest addition to the Nook family may be just the tip of the iceberg.

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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.

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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