Sign-up for KDK limited beta is now open.

As of this morning I’ve received an email from Amazon (which resulted from leaving my email at KDK page earlier). Right now Amazon is considering first candidates for the limited KDK beta. You can head to and fill out a form with your contact information as well as brief description of the content you […]

Unicode Fonts Hack for International Kindle DX

I was away from home for extended period of time without access to a machine that I could rebuild UFH packages for the newly released International version of Kindle DX. Fortunately one of blog subscribers did.
I’ve uploaded updated hack binaries to the Unicode font hack page.

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Acer Goes Into 2010 With Massive Plans

Acer has plans for 2010 and it has plans to make it big. Or so it will seem from the number of things that they are planning to do this year. Starting with an eBook reader, something that almost everyone’s doing these days, they will go on to making a Chrome OS netbook, setting up […]

Sony Welcomes The iPad And Predicts Death Of Paper Books

Unlike most companies, Sony is sounding positively chirpy about Apple’s foray into the world of eBooks with their iPad, the iBooks app and the iBook Store. They welcomed Apple’s move into the eBooks domain and also predicted the imminent death of paper printed books as we know it. Steve Haber, president of Sony’s Digital Reading […]