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Want: LG's Pocket Photo, A Tiny, NFC-Friendly Photo Printer

New Color e-Book Technology Nears Release

jkontherun.com
E-book readers have one thing in common — at least the ones not using LCD screens — they all display in black and white. The E-ink technology that is widely used in e-readers doesn’t do video either, something considered a drawback by many who watch the space. What E-ink screens...
New Color e-Book Technology Nears Release

Single-text e-reader review: a rising fad with long-term promise

www.engadget.com
Before Engadget was born, the late '90s saw a rising fear of the millennium bug, not to mention the advent of the first true e-readers. As time went on, e-ink technology on these devices improved, and despite the subsequent rise of tablets, e-readers have persisted thanks to their retina-soothing...
Single-text e-reader review: a rising fad with long-term promise

Amazon to Launch Thinner, Sharper Kindle to Compete with iPad

mashable.com
Facing increasing pressure from Apple’s red-hot iPad, Amazon intends to fight back with a thinner, sharper and more responsive Kindle that will be introduced later this year.According to Bloomberg, Amazon will introduce a new version of its popular e-reader in August. It will boast a thinner build, sharper contrast,...
Amazon to Launch Thinner, Sharper Kindle to Compete with iPad

Color e-ink technology company Liquavista purchased by Amazon

www.electronista.com
Confirrming earlier reports, Amazon has purchased touchscreen company Liquavista. The company, previously owned by Samsung is one of the developers of low-power color e-paper technology. No terms of the deal are currently known. Samsung was previously said to be seeking sale of the manufacturer due to the acquisition not meeting...
Color e-ink technology company Liquavista purchased by Amazon
Amazon's new Kindle Paperwhite e-reader comes with frontlit screen
Could a patent dispute take the Kindle off the market?

Amazon's next Kindle e-reader will have a "Paperwhite" backlit display

venturebeat.com
Ever since Barnes & Noble debuted its backlit Nook e-reader, all eyes have been on Amazon for its upgraded Kindle. Now it looks like Amazon’s backlit e-reader has been leaked, ahead of the company’s media event next week. The Verge has gotten its hands on a series of images...
Amazon's next Kindle e-reader will have a "Paperwhite" backlit display

KudoCase: Solar ink powers iPad for 10 days

news.cnet.com
Solar ink technology sucks the energy from both outdoor sunlight and indoor light to power an iPad for 10 days of use. [Read more]...
KudoCase: Solar ink powers iPad for 10 days
Amazon's Kindle Paperwhite is amazing (too bad it's sold out until November)
Barnes & Noble's new Nook Simple Touch adds 'GlowLight' for better night time reading

Rumor: Color Kindles to arrive in second half of 2012

www.electronista.com
Despite the popularity of Apple's iPad and competing tablets such as the Kindle Fire, some consumers still pine for color e-readers. Amazon, maker of the Kindle, top seller among e-readers, has flirted with the idea, but previously maintained that the technology wasn't ready yet for a quality color reading device....
Rumor: Color Kindles to arrive in second half of 2012
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