Where have all the e-ink readers gone, long time passing?

By libertyc
June 16, 2010 // 3 Comments

Jon Stokes at Ars Technica wonders whatever happened to all the Chinese e-ink readers that were on display everywhere you looked at CES but are now conspicuously absent from E3. He points to the [...]

E-book reader quick links: Samsung, Apple, Amazon

By libertyc
February 4, 2010 // 0 Comments

Samsung has revealed a new e-ink reader, the E61, this one with a physical qwerty keyboard similar to the Kindle’s. This reader joins Samsung’s E6 and E10 readers from CES to make a trio of new [...]

Maybe the most interesting tablet PC isn’t at CES

By Evan Leibovitch
January 8, 2010 // 0 Comments

In geek circles and indeed here at TeleRead, the big news these days is all coming from the CES show in Las Vegas. As far as the e-book world is concerned everyone seems to be following tablet [...]

The e-book field needs more innovation, not less: CES counterpoint

By Evan Leibovitch
January 7, 2010 // 0 Comments

I wasn’t as impressed with Edward Nawotka’s editorial on the recent Consumer Electronics Show as Paul Biba was. In fact, I saw a troubling lack of foresight and even hindsight. A decade [...]

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