Entourage eDGe Shaping Up

When the news about a new kind of ebook reader from Entourage hit the market, everyone was skeptical. With Amazon’s Kindle and its major competitors like Sony readers already filling the shelves, no one really thought much of this dual screen device that looked more like concept than actual product.
But now it looks like Entourage […]

ION Netbooks Emerge But Slowly

The long promised ION netbooks are emerging, but really slowly. So far we have one from Samsung and one from Asus. But other than that, there are no other models. This is worth noticing because of two things.
A)   The ION has been around for a long time now and it is almost time for ION […]

On Publishers Holding Back E-Books

News about several major publishers delaying e-Book releases in 2010 have been circulating for some time and eventually made it to Wall Street Journal (article about Simon & Schuster and Hachette Book Group, article about HarperCollins). In case you haven’t heard, several major publishers are adopting a policy of publishing digital versions of certain bestsellers […]

eBook Selection Comparison for Amazon, Barnes&Noble and Sony

I’ve received an interesting press release this morning from Social Trade LLC about http://ebookchoice.com/. It’s a new website that compares ebook availability and pricing across Amazon Kindle, Barnes&Noble and Sony PRS ebook stores. Personally I think that this website is a great idea. eBook selection is in my opinion the #1 feature of eBook reader. After all […]

Intel Releases Atom Developer Program SDK

Intel has finally release the Software Development Kit (SDK) for the Atom Developer Program. The idea was introduced to the masses at this year’s IDF (Intel Developer Forum).
The Atom Developer Program is an attempt on Intel’s part to further popularize Atom even further. Third-party applications have always made and defined platforms and Intel is looking […]

Skiff To Help Save The Publishers

Skiff, owned by Hearst Corporation, specializes in delivering digital content like newspapers and magazines. Come 2010, they are going to launch a new service that will rival with Amazon and the Kindle in some ways.
Skiff intends to start delivering digital content directly to consumers who want this content. The aim is to distribute it to […]

Acer Plans First Chrome OS Netbook

Acer has become the first ever company to go on record saying that they are looking into Google’s Chrome OS with the intention to manufacture a device for it. If it sticks to its words, the company will likely manufacture the first ever Chrome OS netbook.
Chrome OS is a special OS being developed by Google […]