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HTC needs more than great hardware to make a comeback

by David Imel 3 hours ago4 comments

Dual camera optical zoom technology explained

by Robert Triggs 9 hours ago3 comments

A week with the Nokia 3310 reminds me how far phones have come

by Robert Triggs 2 days ago7 comments

LG V30: all the rumors in one place

by Scott Adam Gordon 1 day ago41 comments
17 articles

ViewBook 730 Takes Aim At The Kindle Crowd

E-readers are becoming a huge market. This is mostly because of the booming e-book market. However, right now, Amazon’s Kindle is king of the hill. It’ll take a ...
by Aerol BibatJune 7, 2011

Velocity Micro announces Cruz Reader™ Android tablets

Cruz Reader™ Velocity Micro, a privately held computer manufacturer located in Richmond, VA (USA), have recently announced their new line of Cruz ...
by James TromansJuly 13, 20101

Borders e-reader app launched for Android devices

Borders Bookstore has launched an app that lets users read its online books on Android smartphones.  The client can be downloaded from the Android Market and works on Android OS 2.0 ...
by Derek ScottJuly 7, 20101

Chinese manufacturer OPPO embrace the world of Android

Android has been put to the test in another portable eReader device. OPPO are as well established and respected Chinese brand who produce fashionable (smart)phones aimed at the ...
by James TromansJanuary 21, 2010159
 
 

Astri’s dualscreen Android e-ink ‘My Interactive Device’

Astri, as yet an unknown company, are attempting to break into the eReader market with a dual screen Android based device. I cannot be certain, but the logo on this device looks to ...
by James TromansJanuary 19, 2010171

Video: Nook gets reviewed

Nook The guys over at Slash Gear have had enough hands-on time with Barnes & Noble’s Nook to piece together a fully fledged review. Most of the ...
by James TromansDecember 8, 2009161

eReader and ‘Friendlee’ applications coming soon to Android

As the title would suggest, there are a couple of interesting applications that will make their way to Android in the coming months. First to receive a mention is eReader, a Barnes ...
by James TromansJune 11, 2009145
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