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Japanese research and development firm Eamex claims to have found a new way to increase the typical average life of a high-capacity lithium-ion battery.
New Cool-ER Compact and Connect models take e-book manufacturer forwards.
E-book readers were everywhere on the show floor at CES. It remains to be seen which one will stand out from the crowd, but there will be plenty of e-book readers to choose from in 2010.
Fujitsu is looking into bringing the FLEPia to the U.S. Hopefully, the company will do so soon, as this flexible e-paper reader looks very promising.
The Alex doesn't have the biggest display, nor the most colorful. But it does have a highly usable and well-integrated LCD screen.
Chinese e-reader maker Hanvon Technology is trying to sell more of its devices in Europe and the U.S.
DMC plans to unleash a bevy of e-reader options on the world by June.
This dual-screen e-reader is aimed squarely at the education market, and the company’s deal with textbook makers like McGraw-Hill underscores its emphasis on students.
Does the world need yet another e-book platform? Blio is another e-bok platform based on Microsoft technology.
First impressions of the new e-book readers from Plastic Logic and Skiff.
The International Consumer Electronics Show has kicked off in Las Vegas, and Macworld is on the scene. Dan Frakes and Christopher Breen spent Wednesday night at the Digital Experience, keeping an eye peeled for gear that's sure to interest Mac, iPhone, and iPod users.
As great a decade Apple may have had, not every product to come out of Cupertino hit its mark. Simon Jary of PC Advisor in the UK looks at 10 Apple duds from the past 10 years.
A federal appeals court affirmed a lower court's decision to dismiss a lawsuit claiming that Apple's iPods could lead to hearing loss, ruling that the plaintiffs offered no evidence the music players are defective.
The number of high-quality e-readers available is mushrooming. We tested seven and gave our highest marks to one that might surprise you.
With the addition of ePub support, the Sony Reader Touch Edition shapes up as a formidable competitor to Amazon's Kindles.