Nook Touch Cm11

Devs Working on CM11 ROM (Android 4.4) for Nook Touch

It’s always good to see the Nook Touch still getting some attention from developers, even after four years since its initial release. A couple months ago I posted an article about the Nook Touch running Windows 95 and other emulators, along with the Impossible Game. Now developers are working on getting the Nook Touch (and […]

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Kindle Mothers Day Sale

Mother’s Day Deals – Kindle, Kobo and Nook

Amazon has several Kindle devices on sale from now until Mother’s Day, which is May 10th, this coming Sunday. The Kindle Paperwhite is marked down to $99 again, so is the Fire HD 7, the entry-level Kindle is $59, and the Fire HD Kids Edition tablets are $25-$40 off. The sales for Kindle ebook readers […]

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Kindle Voyage Finally Arrives in Australia

You wouldn’t know it by visiting Amazon’s Australian Kindle Store, but the Kindle Voyage is now available in Australia. Amazon’s authorized Kindle retailer in Australia, Dick Smith, is now selling the Kindle Voyage for $299. They also have Amazon’s official Origami cover/stand for $74.95. Currently only the Wi-Fi model is being offered; the model with […]

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Hyphenate This plugin

How to Add Hyphen Support to Kindles for Better Readability

One thing that has always annoyed me about reading ebooks on Kindles is the lack of good font choices and the fact that hyphenation isn’t supported, which often results in awkward spacing between letters. Yesterday I posted an article about how to get Kindle books to display custom fonts. Today I’m going to show how […]

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Kobo Firmware Update 3.15 Released, Adds Pinch-Zooming to H2O

With the Kobo Glo HD set to be released in a couple of days, Kobo has issued an update to officially add support for the Glo HD to Kobo’s software. The new 3.15 software also applies to the original Kobo Glo, Kobo Aura HD, Kobo Aura, and Kobo Aura H2O. Like usual, you can wait […]

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Kindle Publishers Fonts

How to Use Custom Fonts with Kindles – Embed Fonts in Kindle eBooks

The number one thing that annoys me the most about reading on a Kindle is the lack of good font choices. Your stuck with a few options that Amazon gives, and you can’t modify the weight or boldness of the font at all like you can on other devices like Kobos. A lot of ereaders […]

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Flypaper by C.K. Vile

10 Free Kindle eBooks, Plus 80% off eBook Deal

The weekend is finally here and it’s time for another roundup of highly-rated free promotional Kindle ebooks. Amazon is also running a big sale on Kindle books today only for their main Deal of the Day. The sale includes over 50 titles from best-selling series across a few genres (there are lots of mysteries and […]

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Kobo Glo HD

Kobo Glo HD Reviews Roundup (Videos)

Since Kobo has little interest in the US market, I won’t be able to post a hands-on review of the new Kobo Glo HD, so I wanted to up together a roundup of reviews from some of the European ebook reader websites that have already posted them. These reviews aren’t in English but you can […]

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Kobo Glo HD

The-eBook-Reader Won’t Be Reviewing the Kobo Glo HD

This is just a quick note to mention that I won’t be posting a dedicated hands-on review of the Kobo Glo HD on I’ve posted reviews, video walkthroughs, tutorials, and comparisons of all the different Kobo ebook readers released up until now, but the Kobo Glo HD is where that ends. Kobo apparently has […]

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OpenBooks Lets You Download eBooks Then Pay What You Want After Reading

If you are tired of paying high prices for ebooks that you later find out aren’t worth the time to read, then might be an alternative worth looking into. OpenBooks is an independent ebook store that lets readers download ebooks for free without commitments, and then you decide how much you want to pay […]

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