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Amazon Kindle Voyage: $199 for an E Reader?

NEW YORK - Contrary to rumors to the contrary, the e reader isn't dead. Amazon heralded the arrival of the Kindle Voyage today, marking the seventh generation for the company's E Ink devices. It's thi...

How to Change Language on the Kindle Paperwhite

For those whose first language is not English, reading on an American Kindle Paperwhite isn't always ideal. That is, unless you know the trick to changing the default language. Amazon offers 11 option...

How to Reset the Kindle Paperwhite

Have you forgotten the password for your Amazon Kindle Paperwhite? Worried you'll never be able to access anything again? Never fear, you can reset your ereader to factory settings. But this process w...

How to Use Goodreads on Kindle Paperwhite

The number of Goodreads users reached 20 million this year. That's huge, but the fact that the social network for readers is now integrated with the Kindle Paperwhite is even bigger. Now you can share...

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite 2013 vs. Barnes & Noble Nook GlowLight

Sure, e-reader sales are down. But that doesn't mean there's no market for e-reading devices. In fact, E Ink Inc. predicts that between 10 million and 15 million gray-scale e-readers will be sold this...

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite (2013) Review

Proving it is still the king of the E Ink e-readers, Amazon's new Kindle Paperwhite offers nifty new reading features along with a superior backlit display.

Amazon Launches Kindle MatchBook For Digital Copies of Paperback Books

Starting today, customers who have bought new physical books from Amazon have the option to get the Kindle e-book version of that same book for $2.99, $1.99, $0.99 or for free. Called Kindle MatchBook...

Amazon Kindle Fire HDX Review

The Amazon Kindle Fire HDX packs a gorgeous 7-inch display, a very fast processor and one-touch tech support into a sleeker design.

Kobo Aura Review

The Kobo Aura e-reader offers a bright backlit display and a personalized reading experience in a very light design, but for a premium price.

Amazon MatchBook Offers Discounted Kindle Versions of Print Books

Who says print is dead? With its new Kindle MatchBook service, Amazon is looking to offer a carrot to customers who purchase physical books by letting them purchase the Kindle version for free or at a...