eReaders 2013 Tablet Articles

Popular eReaders Articles for 2013

Next-Gen Amazon Kindle Fire HD Details Come to Light

Amazon will reportedly be introducing a second generation in its Kindle Fire HD line tablets this fall, and the details of these have already leaked out.

VIDEO: Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ Overview

The Barnes & Noble Nook HD+ is more than an ereader, as it also offers a full entertainment experience that includes apps, TV shows, movies, and much more.

Barnes & Noble Nook GlowLight Review

The Nook GlowLight is Barnes & Noble's latest iteration of its light-up eReader, which allows users to read virtually anywhere, day or night.

Barnes & Noble Nook HD and Nook HD+ Prices Slashed for Fathers Day

In an attempt to appeal to those looking for an inexpensive tablet for Dear Old Dad, Barnes & Noble has significantly dropped the price of the Nook HD and Nook[...]

You May Soon Be Able to Use Your Tablet During Airplane Takeoffs and Landings

The FAA is reportedly close to removing most of the current restrictions on using a tablet during plane flights. UPDATED

Details Leak Out on Next-Generation Amazon Kindle Fire Tablets

Amazon is reportedly going to increase the screen resolution on all three of its Kindle Fire models. The new versions are expected later this year.

Nearly a Half of Adult Americans Own a Tablet or eReader

Over a third of adult Americans own a tablet, and almost a quarter of them own a eReader, according to the Pew Research Center's Internet Project.

Barnes & Noble Outsourcing Nook Production

Bookseller Barnes & Noble announced this morning that it will partner with an undisclosed company to produce the Nook line of tablets and eBook readers.

Amazon Introduces Fire OS 3.1 for Kindle Fire HD and Kindle Fire HDX

There's a new version of the Fire OS for Amazon's latest tablets. This brings new consumer-oriented features like integration with Goodreads, as well as business-friendly features.

Barnes & Noble’s Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight Now $99

For a short time, Barnes & Noble has cut the price of the Nook Simple Touch with GlowLight by 15%. This basic ebook reader is now available for under $100.

Amazon Kindle Fire HD 7.0 Now Just $170

Amazon has dropped the price of the 7-inch version of the Kindle Fire HD by $30 as part of a price war going on between Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Judge Rules That Apple Conspired With Publishers To Set Ebook Prices

A federal judge ruled today that book publishers and Apple violated antitrust laws to set prices for ebooks.

Amazon Reveals the Details of the Next Kindle Paperwhite

After accidentally posting the details of the upcoming Kindle Paperwhite eReader on its own website this morning, Amazon has officially announced the device. UPDATED

Buy a Barnes & Noble Nook HD+, Get a Nook Simple Touch for Free

Barnes & Noble is having a two-for-one sale: those who purchase one of its tablets can get its ereader for free.

Amazon Purchase Could Lead to Color Kindle Ebook Reader

Liquavista, a company that makes low-lower color screens, has just been purchased by Amazon, a move that is widely expected to lead to a Kindle ebook reader with a color[...]

Barnes & Noble’s Nook Business Keeps Struggling

Barnes & Noble sees that its Nook tablets are critical to its future, but customers aren't embracing them the way the company had hoped. Revenue is down, and the device[...]

Barnes & Noble Nook Sales Slowed During the Holidays

Barnes & Noble has reported its sales results for the holiday season, and it seems like the Nook wasn't on too many Christmas wish lists last month. Get more from[...]

Barnes & Noble Scaling Back on Nook Tablet

The Nook is struggling, and its future may not be getting any brighter. Barnes & Noble will scale back on the production of this tablet.

Amazon Cuts Kindle Fire HD 8.9-inch Price

Amazon has dropped the price of its Kindle Fire HD 8.9-inch tablet, while also announcing its release in Europe and Japan. TechnologyGuide has more details.

FAA May Allow Tablets, eReaders During Airplane Takeoffs and Landings

This time next year, users may be able to use their iPad, Kindle eReader, or other tablet during takeoff and landing while traveling via airlines. Get more details from TechnologyGuide