Free TOR eBook: Deathless by Catherynne M. Valente has updated their free ebook offer for the month of April as part of their ebook of the month club that launched last July. They’ve started posting the freebies later in the month instead of at the start of the month like they used to, but it’s good to see they’re still doing the […]

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Comparison Review: InkBook Prime vs InkBook Classic 2 (Video)

Arta Tech recently released two new Android-based ebook readers, the InkBook Prime and the InkBook Classic 2, and they sent them over for me to review. Both have 6-inch E Ink screens and the two models are somewhat similar to the entry-level Kindle and the Kindle Paperwhite, especially in terms of price. The InkBook Classic […]

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InkBook Classic 2

How to Setup Kindle App with InkBook Prime and InkBook Classic 2

I’m working on posting reviews for the Android-powered InkBook Prime and InkBook Classic 2, and it turns out the Kindle app works pretty well on them, but it takes some work to get the page buttons setup and it’s entirely not obvious unless you know exactly what to do. So this article is going to […]

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How Much Would You Pay for a Larger Kindle?

Lots of people have been wishing for Amazon to release a larger Kindle, especially now that Kobo offers the Kobo Aura One with a 7.8-inch E Ink screen that has turned out to be quite popular. Amazon currently sells four different Kindles and all of them have the same size 6-inch screen, and three of […]

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Share Kindle eBooks Between Amazon Accounts with Family Library

Amazon added a feature called Family Library a couple years back that lets users share Kindle ebooks and other digital content between two linked Amazon accounts. Family Library is another one of those features that is easy to overlook if you haven’t used it before or don’t use it very often. The way it works […]

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Kobo Aura One Battery Drain Issue

Have Software Updates Ever Broken Your eReader or Tablet?

Occasionally I hear people complaining about software updates killing their ebook reader and making it completely unresponsive. It can happen to just about any brand. I’ve heard of Kindles and Kobos not making it through a software update, and some Android-based ereaders too. You don’t hear much about the Nook having problems with that but […]

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Age of Innocence

Free Audiobook – The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton

Amazon and Audible have updated their free classic ebook and audiobook offering now that April has arrived. This month’s free audiobook and ebook combination is The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton. Like usual, just make sure to check the box below the buy button at Amazon when getting the free Kindle ebook to automatically […]

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Will Any eReaders Have Newer i.MX7 Processors in 2017?

When it comes to dedicated ebook readers the technology evolves at a much slower pace than other forms of electronics. With computers, tablets and phones there are tons of different processors and hardware components used among them. But with ebook readers they all share some of the same components. In fact all E Ink ereaders […]

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