eReaders 2014 Tablet Articles

Popular eReaders Articles for 2014

RAVPower Deluxe 14000mAh External Battery Review

Everyone should have an external backup battery for their tablet. A good option is the RAVPower Deluxe, which includes 14000mAh of storage.

Sony Digital Paper Will Be a Huge Ereader for Serious Document Viewing, Annotating

Sony's newly-announced Digital Paper will allows users to make notes directly on its large, e-paper screen using a handy stylus which will function as a pen, highlighter, and eraser.

Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook Hands-On Preview

What to make of the Galaxy Tab Nook? Is it just a rebranded version of the 7-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 4, or have Barnes & Noble and Samsung collaborated enough[...]

Galaxy Tab 4 Nook Puts Barnes & Noble’s e-Reader on a Samsung Tablet

With hardware sales dropping, Barnes & Noble seeks a new hardware partner to distribute Nook Media on.

ARM’s New Cortex-A17 Chip is Aimed at Midrange Tablets, Phones

ARM today announced its newest mobile processor core, the Cortex-A17, which will come with a 60% boost in performance.

Sony Out of the Ebook Business in N. America

Sony has deciding to cut its loses and get out of the North American ebook business. Sony Reader's in other regions will not be affected.

Barnes & Noble Supersizes the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook

Samsung and Barnes & Noble have partnered again to launch a 10.1-inch version of the Galaxy Tab 4 Nook. The device, which is available now in black for $299.99, is[...]

Amazon Fire HDX 8.9 Headlines the Latest Kindle Tablets

Amazon has introduced a trio of new tablets, designed to appeal to fans of ebooks. This includes the new mid-size tablet, the Amazon Fire HDX 8.9.

Samsung Galaxy Tab Nook May Debut Later this Month

Barnes & Noble is expected to introduce a Nook version of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 at a press event on Aug. 20.

Kobo Aura H2O Designed for Bathtub or Beach Reading

Frequent beach readers will be happy to hear that a new water-resistant and dustproof eReader will be available soon.

Read All the Ebooks You Want for $10 with Amazon Kindle Unlimited

Amazon has begun offering Kindle Unlimited, a new subscription service giving users “all you can eat” access to a selection ebooks for a flat monthly fee of $9.99.